That file save information about how your buildout was configured, including versions of the stuff in there. This was really easy, After stopping all the instances from both buildouts I just copied the Data. At the time I decided myself I had to upgrade the buildout, it was running Plone 3. That was even worse, as it tried to install the latest versions of everything, that is, it tried to install Plone 4-alpha, which has a dependency on Zope 2. After that, I ran the buildout and started the site back up. One of the benefits of using buildout is that you can keep track of the needed dependencies in an isolated way, just installing everything you need within the buildout directory, you can even set the versions you want to use of certain parts of the buildout and you can leave the decission on which versions to install directly on the buildout machinery.
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Saving your work from the python console pythonlover: The error was related to Products.
So, take a look around and I hope you will find the contents useful. I posted a hint on llone Quills dev list on how to remove them via a debug session. Upgrade Plone buildout from 3. This is very useful and you should use it in your buildout.
One of the benefits of using buildout is that you can keep track of the needed dependencies in an isolated way, just installing everything you need within the buildout directory, you can even set the versions you want to use of certain parts of the buildout and you can leave the decission on which versions to install directly on the buildout machinery. This was pivotol in my speedy migration effort since it allowed me to switch products in and out so effortlessly.
[wingide-users] Integrating Wing with Plone 3.1.7 (buildout)
I tried to go directly to 3. As a lot of people were telling me in plone in freenode that it was my fault since the beginning, because I wasn’t pinning the versions of the dependencies in my buildout. Powered by Plone Powered by Quills Hosting: All I had to do was set the weblog types back to the default Plone workflow and try again. This post was written in Markdown, and hopefully many more So, once I had the new buildout I edited its default buildout.
Ok, after adding that to my buildout, I just tried to run. No issues here either. Last night I bravely decided to upgrade claytron. RSS blog feed Atom blog feed.
At the time I decided myself I had to upgrade the buildout, it was running Plone 3. Next up was the Quills migration. Please send trackback to: File locking in python Eric Lebigot: Quills is the primary product I use. Some months ago I set up a very complex at least for me buildout environment.
I updated the ZopeSkel package for Python 2. Now I’m ready to upgrade to Plone 3. I’m still wondering why, but it crashes, giving me an error when building simplejson. Sentry email notifications not arriving? Fine, I was almost there. Clean up a dirty FreeBSD ports tree s: Nevertheless, I tried to approach the problem from a different angle, and I started a new buildout from scratch.
Avert Your Eyes, I’m Naked. This site is fairly simple since I’m only using a couple add-on products.
Upgraded to Plone — robotic thoughts
Well, as I was saying, I set this whole thing up back in april,and I didn’t have the time to keep the versions of all the dependencies in there up-to-date. At that point I was very dissapointed. Apache will accept requests for www. This was really easy, After stopping all the instances from lpone buildouts I just copied the Data.