Commit 52179e18 authored by Christophe Combelles's avatar Christophe Combelles

fixed typos found during translation

parent b6283508
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What is zc.buildout?
====================
- Course-grained python-based configuration-driven build tool
- Coarse-grained python-based configuration-driven build tool
- Tool for working with eggs
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- Developer oriented
Course-grained building
Coarse-grained building
=======================
- make and scons (and distutils) are fine grained
......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ Course-grained building
- dependency and change driven
- zc.buildout is course-grained
- zc.buildout is coarse-grained
- Build large components of a system
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.. class:: handout
Requirements are strings that name distributions. This consist
Requirements are strings that name distributions. They consist
of a project name, optional version specifiers, and optional
extras specifiers. Extras are names of features of a package
that may have special dependencies.
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version number that includes the subversion revision number of
the project. The -b option specified a revision tag. Here we
specified a revision tag of "dev", which marks the release as a
devlopment release. These are useful when making development
development release. These are useful when making development
releases.
Exercise 1
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.. class:: handout
If we're only going to use a package as a devlop egg, we just need
If we're only going to use a package as a develop egg, we just need
to specify the project name, and, if there is a separate source
directory, then we need to specify that location.
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test = ['zope.testing', 'ZODB3',
'zope.configuration', 'zope.security', 'zope.proxy',
'zope.i18nmessageid',
'zope.location', # should be depenency of zope.security
'zope.location', # should be dependency of zope.security
],
hook = ['zope.hookable'],
persistentregistry = ['ZODB3'],
......@@ -800,9 +800,9 @@ Extras
Extras provide a way to help manage dependencies.
A common use of extras is to separate test dependencies from normal
depenencies. A package may provide other optional features that
dependencies. A package may provide other optional features that
cause other dependencies. For example, the zcml module in
zope.component adds lots of depenencies that we don't want to
zope.component adds lots of dependencies that we don't want to
impose on people that don't use it.
``zc.recipe.egg``
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.. class:: handout
If any of the of the named eggs have ``console_script`` entry
If any of the named eggs have ``console_script`` entry
points, then scripts will be generated for the entry points.
If a distribution doesn't use setuptools, it may not declare it's
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eggs are buildout specific.
This example illustrates use of the zc.recipe.cmmi recipe with
supports installation of software that uses configure and make.
supports installation of software that uses configure, make, make install.
Here, we used the recipe to install the spread toolkit, which is
installed in the parts directory.
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In the previous example, we used the spread toolkit location in the
spreadmodule part definition. This reference was sufficient to make
the spreadtoolkit part a dependency of the spreadmodule part and
cause it to be installed first,
cause it to be installed first.
Custom develop eggs
===================
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.. class:: handout
Most recipes simply create files or directories and the
build-in buildout uninstall support is sufficient. If a recipe
built-in buildout uninstall support is sufficient. If a recipe
does more than simply create files, then an uninstall recipe
will likely be needed.
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- Log error details using the Python logger module.
- Raise a zc.buildout.UserErrpr exception.
- Raise a zc.buildout.UserError exception.
``mkdirrecipe``.py continued
============================
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- Disabled by default
- If enabled with -o or buildout offline option set to false.
- If enabled, turn off with -o or buildout offline option set to false.
.. class:: handout
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You can largely ignore the details of the Zope 3 instance recipe.
If you aren't a Zope user, you don't care. If you are a Zope user,
you should be aware that much better recipes are in development.
you should be aware that much better recipes have been developped.
This project uses multiple source directories, the current
directory and the zc.security directory, which is a subversion
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- We've used the extra-paths option to tell the test runner to
include the Zope 3 checkout source directory in sys.path. This
won't be necessary when Zope 3 is available entirely as eggs.
is not necessary as Zope 3 is now available entirely as eggs.
Source vs Binary
================
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- Reruns the buildout:
- Using a post-installation configuration that specified the
parts who's paths need to be adjusted.
parts whose paths need to be adjusted.
- In offline mode because we don't want any network access or new
software installed that isn't in the RPM.
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Repeatability
=============
We want to be able to check certtain configuration into svn that can
We want to be able to check certain configuration into svn that can
be checked out and reproduced.
- We let buildout tell is what versions it picked for distributions
- We let buildout tell what versions it picked for distributions
- Run with -v
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