[Grok-dev] How to run grok without buildout?
cheeseli at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 12 10:42:22 EDT 2010
I am trying to package Zope related packages for Fedora and EPEL. And I made a simple patch to 'grokproject' so to make it generate new project with PasteScript directly.
I am not quite familiar with Grok actually. Upstream sugguestions and help will be really appreciated.
 Accessible through my git: http://fedorapeople.org/gitweb?p=cheeselee/public_git/zope-rpm.git;a=blob_plain;f=grokproject/F-13/grokproject-2.0.1-work-without-buildout.patch;hb=master
> To: grok-dev at zope.org
> From: janwijbrand at gmail.com
> Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2010 07:33:13 +0200
> Subject: Re: [Grok-dev] How to run grok without buildout?
> On 7/8/10 11:48 AM, Robin 'cheese' Lee wrote:
> > Hello all!
> > I am a new subscriber.
> > I have installed all the packages needed by Grok to my root filesystem
> > and all the modules are accessible. When I try to create a new Grok
> > using 'grokproject Sample', it always runs zc.buildout to download and
> > install packages but does not use my installed ones.
> > How to run Grok using my manually installed packages instead ones from
> > buildout?
> My best guess would be creating a new project with grokproject, telling
> it not to run buildout. Then I guess you have to poke arround in the
> config files it generates to set the correct paths manually.
> But I would really advise you to use buildout and have isolated
> application environments. Unless you have a very very specific goal with
> this. If you have, could you please tell us? We might not be aware of
> valid use cases for running grok based on system-installed packaged.
> regards, jw
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