[Spread-users] Python Module (was Re: RPM packages for various distros)
jonathan at spread.org
Thu Jun 18 22:42:39 EDT 2009
Actually on that topic, since the Python module on the python.org website
appears to not be maintained. I made a new package with the patch from Bill Noon
to fix it so it works with Spread 4.0 and made it available on the spread.org
website. I also tested it with the new Spread 4.1 release and it works.
You can find a link on:
in the list of third party libraries. Right now I'm just calling it
SpreadModule-1.5spread4 and the only changes are to apply that patch.
I'd be happy if the Zope/Python people wanted to update their official version, but
if not and there are other users I can host a real 1.6 version if anyone wants.
On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 01:37:01AM +0100, Florian Merges wrote:
> BTW what is the status of the Python module for Spread? which one are you
> using for Spread, just the plain one provided by Zope or the one that
> include the patches for the membership change for version 4.0.0? I've been
> using successfully Python's Spread module v1.5 but with the version
> Kind regards,
> 2009/6/19 Peter Poeml <poeml at suse.de>
> > Hi,
> > great to see the 4.1.0 release, and the much updated web site.
> > I already updated the RPM package that I recently started in the
> > openSUSE build service.
> > Note that the RPMs are built not only for openSUSE - but also for
> > Fedora, CentOS, Mandriva.
> > However, although they build (and likely work ;) the init script is SUSE
> > specific at the moment. The init script (which is required by the spread
> > daemon) and the RPM %pre/%post magic is stuff that is quite distro-
> > specific and not well solved in a "one script fits noone" approach. I
> > would love to add init scripts for Fedora and Mandriva, if somebody
> > could provide them maybe?
> > I would be happy to share maintainership of the project and give write
> > permission to the source repository in order to work on the package
> > together!
> > I moved the packages to their own "project" just a minute ago, and
> > they'll turn up at
> > http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/network:/spread/
> > in some hours.
> > (https://build.opensuse.org/project/show?project=network:spread is the
> > URL to the project, which is not anonymously accessible though.)
> > Right now, I build spread, spreadlogd, and apache2-mod_log_spread. I was
> > able to (rudimentarily!) test all of them successfully.
> > I plan to add language bindings later, at least for Python, but don't
> > know when I'll get around to do that. I would welcome any contribution -
> > everybody can get an account for the openSUSE buildservice and
> > contribute.
> > Thanks!
> > Peter
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