To construct a Zope skyscraper on Fedora
Robin 'cheese' Lee
cheeseli at hotmail.com
Sat Jun 19 14:01:31 UTC 2010
On 06/19/2010 09:21 PM, Rakesh Pandit wrote:
> On 18 June 2010 18:38, Robin 'cheese' Lee wrote:
>> Hello, all!
>> And the foundations and first floors of this skyscraper is Zope2 and its
>> dependencies, which I have built up. The latest version of Zope2 is 2.12.7.
>> All the spec files are accessible through my git repo:
>> And an yum repo (i686 and SRPM) for F-13 is also available:
>> Steps to make a trivial test:
>> $ wget http://cheeselee.fedorapeople.org/yum/zope-cheese.repo
>> $ su -c "cp zope-cheese.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/"
>> $ su -c "yum install zope"
>> $ su -c "service zope start"
>> $ xdg-open http://localhost:8080/
> I don't remember exactly, but wasn't zope a no go in Fedora, and for
> this matter isn't compat-zope already in rpmfusion (because it needs
> compat-python24) . Or is this different ? Are you planning to put them
> in Fedora ?
> Between may you put x86_64 builds in your repo ?
In rpmfusion, Zope is an out-dated version, 2.10.x, which works with
Python 2.4 only.
My package here is the latest version of Zope, 2.12.7, which works with
Python 2.6, and so no compat-python needed.
x86_64 builds may come in next week.
And it should be easy to rebuild binary packages from the srpms. All the
packages can be compiled with just python2-devel, python-setuptools and
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