Hi, there's my little project running on the opensuse build server.
Actually it builds the latest subversion of python under the opt tree using the best practices in the field (nearly hands-off approach, integrating unit testing, repeatable etc).
You can get an account and build the modules linking to these builds (automatically and overnight).
Regards, Antonio Cavallo
Disclaimer. I'm the author and the only maintainer. For a living I work in QA if that matters to you.
On Tue 23/03/10 11:21, "Lennart Regebro" firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 09:59, Chris Withers <chris@ simplistix.co.uk> wrote: Saint Germain wrote:
I'm currently trying more or less the same thing
by combining buildout
with virtualenv and pip.
This doesn't seem like a sane thing to
do. Sure it does. It's just not very useful in most cases. Buildout by itself works fine to isolate the python installation from the stuff installed. But if you want to also isolate the buildout from what's installed in the python, then you can use virtualenv for that.
Unusual usecase, but sane. :) _______________________________________________ Distutils-SIG maillist - Distutils-SIG@python.org http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/distutils-sig