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A buildout recipe to run a zope script

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Plone Runscript Recipe


This is a buildout recipe for zope/plone which runs a script using zopectl in a zope instance.

Recipe options

The INSTANCE_HOME. This can commonly be found in the ${instance:location} buildout variables.
If you are using a zeo server then you must define this option so zopectl can connect to your database. This can commonly be found in the ${zeoserver:location} buildout variable.
The path to the script that will be run. If not specified the script name is taken form the part name with a .py suffix added and assumed to be location in ${buildout:bin-directory}.
The arguments for the script.

The script is run using the instance startup script, which is assumed to be named like the basename part of the instance-home directory.


0.3.1 2009-03-08

  • Removed SVN tags – dont need no more SPAM [seletz]

0.3 2009-03-08

  • Long overdue release [seletz]
  • added support for zeo by adding a ‘zeo-home’ option which works in the same manner as the ‘instance-home’ option. the zeo is started and then stopped once the script has been run. [claytron]
  • Document the .py suffix default [wichert]
  • Allow specifying a custom script as well [wichert]
  • Expand the documentation a little bit [wichert]

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