[Zope-PAS] Need old-style PAS 22.214.171.124 release
cestes at nbpts.org
Wed Dec 19 13:34:15 EST 2007
I'm having the same problem. I posted a question two days ago and haven't
I'm new to plone and python, and am working through Martin Aspeli's
"Professional Plone Development," so finding a work-around is pretty hard.
It happens on Windows 2003 and Windows XP.
If anyone has an answer to this, I know I would REALLY appreciate it!
Sune Broendum Woeller wrote:
> Tres Seaver wrote:
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>> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>>> Can we please get an old-style product release for PAS 126.96.36.199? I love
>>> eggs, but Plone 3.0 still uses the old-style version of it and I don't
>>> want to change that in a maintenance release.
>> Done after seeing the similar request on IRC. Actually, I just release
>> 1.5.2 on zope.org:
>> Because there *was* no 1.5.2, and the contents were what 188.8.131.52 made
>> happen anyway on the Cheeseshop (the packaing bug only affected the
>> 'sdist' version).
> I'm afraid the release tarball breaks the plone buildout (at
> least on windows).
> After upgrading the Plone tarball to use
> PluggableAuthService-1.5.2, the plone 3 buildout recipe
> fails with a permission denied - and the permissions are
> actually fine. I suspect its because of .svn-folders in all
> the subfolders of PluggableAuthService in the tarball.
> Installing plone.
> An internal error occured due to a bug in either zc.buildout
> or in a
> recipe being used:
> [Errno 13] Permission denied:
> regards, Sune W.
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