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  1. Introducing Plock Again

    A few months ago I introduced Plock: the Plone-installer for the Pip-loving crowd. Then I got sidetracked with the next version of Plock lingering unreleased in master. With the holidays underway I had a chance to revisit Plock and discovered a few things:

    • I still like the idea of Plock ...
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  2. Plonetheme Report

    Here is another report on Plone themes [1] generated by plock [2]

    #!/bin/sh
    for i in `plock -l -r | grep plonetheme`
    do
    plock . -a $i
    done
    

    Plock is able to produce a Buildout configuration file containing all themes that successfully installed via Buildout; I manually removed the themes that ...

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  3. Pillow 2.2.1 Released

    Pillow is the "friendly" PIL fork. PIL is the Python Imaging Library.

    Note

    An earlier version of this entry was published yesterday with the wrong date. Apologies for any annoyance or confusion.

    The Pillow 2.2.1 source distribution is now available on PyPI, featuring over 30 documented bug fixes ...

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  4. What's new as of Plock 0-1-2?

    Plock is a Plone Installer for the Pip-Loving Crowd

    I blogged about Plock after 0.0.1 was released and a lot of progress has been made since then, so I thought I'd give an update. But rather than a traditional list-the-changelog-style-blog-entry, I thought I'd walk you through ...

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  5. Introducing Plock

    Plock is a Plone Installer for the Pip-Loving Crowd. Plone is a Python-based CMS.

    Installing Plone with Plock looks like this:

    $ pip install plock
    $ bin/install-plone
    $ bin/plone fg
    

    Configuration

    Plone uses Buildout to manage its installation and configuration. Plock creates a buildout.cfg file for you that looks like ...

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  6. New Pyramid Site

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    For the first time in 10 years, aclark.net is not powered by Plone. Nothing against Plone: it's still one of the greatest loves of my life (inasmuch as you can love a software and community, as I do).

    Why

    This was not the result of a revolutionary plan ...

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