This recipe install the Deliverance proxy as an out-of-process transform.
To learn more about Deliverance, see http://openplans.org/projects/deliverance
This will probably only work on Unix systems. On Windows, you are likely to need to install binaries for lxml. Tested primarily on OS X. If you have got it to work on Windows, please let the author know!
Add this to your buildout.cfg:
[buildout] parts = deliverance [deliverance] recipe = plone.recipe.deliverance
This will download the Deliverance egg and its dependencies. It will also fetch and build libxml2 and libxslt from source.
A new script will be written to the top-level ‘bin’ directory, called ‘deliverance’ (taken from the name of thes buildout part). This sets up the environment appropriately and then starts the Deliverance daemon.
A Deliverance configuration file will be generated in deliverance/deliverance-proxy.ini. You can edit this - it will not be overridden when buildout is re-run, although it will be re-generated if it is removed.
The files deliverance/rules/rules.xml and deliverance/rules/standardrules.xml contain a example rules. An example theme is installed in deliverance/static/theme.html. If you change these, they will not be overridden. If you remove the ‘rules’ and ‘static’ directories, they will be recreated with these example files, otherwise they are left alone.
Other possible options for the deliverance section include:
The following options affect the generated deliverance-proxy.ini configuration file.
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
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|plone.recipe.deliverance-1.0rc1-py2.4.egg (13.8 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256||2.4||Egg||Apr 5, 2008|
|plone.recipe.deliverance-1.0rc1.tar.gz (11.9 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256||–||Source||Apr 5, 2008|