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What - we do zope/plone, linux solution for network, vpn, mail, etc
 
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Zope2.7, plone 2 and my-zope.org

by kedai last modified Feb. 16, 04 05:48 PM

After the release of zope 2.7.0 and plone 2, i thought it'd be good to actually run my-zope.org on released software. The zope upgrade was no problem.

Only need to remember the right INSTANCE_HOME. And during an upgrade, no zope.conf/zeo.conf will be added. which is good, IMHO. But then, we won't know of any new features, comments, etc in the latest zope.conf; unless of course if we peek at the source.

it's not a big deal. but having the latest *conf files in the same etc dir is good for lazy people like me.

A good approach is copying the latest .conf files as .conf.new (or any other extensions). That's how rpm does it, iirc.

Now, plone 2 upgrade did not go as smoothly as zope. I'm still stuck with plone 2rc5. It seems that the migration script is complaining ablut not finding plone_tableless. I thought i saw this reported in the list, but searching proved that I might be dreaming. i guess I'll try and browse the plone list archive, if I can spare the time.

Meanwhile, if anybody knows why, please holler.

p/s - I just noticed that with plone 2, there's no "New contents since last visit" displayed after successful login. is that a good thing?


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