Sample package to demonstrate development of add-ons for the Plone CMS
collective.package is a sample add-on package for Plone developers.
Boilerplate from template generators like ZopeSkel is nice; but not quite as nice as real, but still generic, examples.
In the same way the collective developer’s manual (http://svn.plone.org/svn/collective/collective.developermanual/trunk/) aims to document every single occurence along the way to Plone coding zen, collective.package aims to code it then release it as an installable add-on.
You may install this add-on via Buildout, like so:
[buildout] extends = http://dist.plone.org/release/4.0.2/versions.cfg versions = versions parts = plone [plone] recipe = plone.recipe.zope2instance user = admin:admin eggs = Plone collective.package
This package contains code examples for common add-on package tasks in Plone. For example, creating a Python package that “shows up” as an installable add-on in the Plone control panel. Or installing an authentication plugin.
Here is a list of examples:
- How do I make my package “show up” in Plone? Use the Quick Installer of course.
- How do I create an authentication plugin? Use the Pluggable Auth Service, of course.
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