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Fix version of zc.recipe.egg for getpaid.recipe.release

Project Description

CHANGES

1.4 (2009-01-28)

  • update the version for Products.PloneGetPaid, getpaid.warehouse and getpaid.discount
  • added getpaid.payflowpro

1.3 (2009-01-19)

  • update the version for Products.PloneGetPaid

1.2 (2008-12-31)

  • update the version for: getpaid.core, Products.PloneGetPaid, five.intid, getpaid.googlecheckout, getpaid.paypal and getpaid.discount [lucielejard]
  • added getpaid.report and getpaid.warehouse to the recipe [lucielejard]

1.1 (2008-11-24)

  • moved the find-links into the recipe, so that we don’t have to enter that into the buildout anymore [lucielejard]
  • updated the version number of the GETPAID_BASE_PACKAGES [lucielejard]

1.0 (2008-10-15)

  • added documentation to use the fake eggs
  • added simplejson and ssl-for-setuptools in the recipe, since they are dependencies
  • Made the recipe work in a buildout with Plone 3.1
  • Added the possibility to choose what getpaid packages you want the recipe to install
  • Created recipe with ZopeSkel [lucielejard].

Detailed Documentation

Tested with

A buildout using plone 3.1

Required options

Make sure to add unzip = true into your [buildout] part, so that you don’t have problems with packages being zip safe.

Supported options

The recipe supports the following option:

addpackages=

You can choose the “extra” packages you want to use with the “addpackages” option. The names listed correspond to the names of the packages. So you could do addpackages=getpaid.discount

Available packages:

  • getpaid.authorizedotnet
  • getpaid.googlecheckout
  • getpaid.payflowpro
  • getpaid.paymentech
  • getpaid.paypal
  • getpaid.pxpay
  • getpaid.flatrateshipping
  • getpaid.ups
  • getpaid.discount
  • getpaid.report
  • getpaid.warehouse
What to add in your buildout

We are assuming you have your own buildout created.

>>> write('buildout.cfg',
... """
... [buildout]
... parts =
...     yourownparts
...     getpaid
...
... unzip = true
...
... [getpaid]
... recipe = getpaid.recipe.release
...
... addpackages=
...     getpaid.paymentech
...     getpaid.discount
...
...
... [instance]
... eggs =
...     yourowneggs
...     ${getpaid:eggs}
...
... [zope2]
... (...)
... fake-zope-eggs = true
... skip-fake-eggs =
... additional-fake-eggs = ZODB3
... """)

In resume:

  • you add the getpaid part
  • in the getpaid part, you can choose the “extra” packages you want to use with the “addpackages” option
  • by default, the following packages are installed: ore.viewlet, getpaid.core, Products.PloneGetPaid, getpaid.wizard, getpaid.nullpayment, five.intid, hurry.workflow, simplejson, yoma.batching, zc.resourcelibrary and zc.table
  • then you will have to run bin/buildout, start your instance and quickinstall PloneGetPaid

Contributors

Lucie Lejard, Author

Change history

Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

1.4

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