[Cubicweb] Dependency missing on cubicweb ?

Christophe de Vienne christophe at unlish.com
Wed Dec 11 10:35:41 CET 2013


The mono distribution in the debian sources have this, it is a package
named "mono-complete".

I guess a "cubicweb-complete" would make sense.

Christophe

Le 11/12/2013 09:59, Yann Cointepas a écrit :
> What I really dream of is a magical package that you could install (or
> ask users to install) that just makes various applications using
> Cubicweb work. In our research lab (and other partners labs) we are
> using Cubicweb more and more on several applications (with different
> dependencies) but its installation is very often a problem. We try to
> write procedures but they become obsolete at some system change or
> Cubicweb release change. If Logilab could maintain a package
> all-cubicweb-whaterver-it-costs-in-disk-space-because-it-is-not-a-big-deal,
> it would greatly improve the first feeling of our colleagues about
> Cubicweb. We are now several believers in Cubicweb but, trust me,
> convincing people to choose this not-well-known technology is not an
> easy task. If, at least, we could make people easily start with
> Cubicweb in a non production environment (where applications are not
> properly packaged) it would make things easier.
>
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> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 9:14 AM, Sylvain Thénault
> <sylvain.thenault at logilab.fr <mailto:sylvain.thenault at logilab.fr>> wrote:
>
>     On 10 décembre 08:25, afayolle wrote:
>     > On 08/12/2013 12:11, Nicolas Chauvat wrote:
>     > > Hi List,
>     > >
>     > > On Wed, Dec 04, 2013 at 11:15:20AM +0100, Julien Cristau wrote:
>     > >>> On a freshly installed Ununtu 13.10, I got the error
>     "ImportError: No
>     > >>> module named zmq" when I try to connect to a cubicweb
>     instance with
>     > >>> zmqpickle-tcp. Installing python-zmq solve the problem. Does
>     it mean that
>     > >>> cubicweb package should depend on python-zmq ?
>     > >>>
>     > >> The zmq component is optional, and many deployments don't use
>     it, so no,
>     > >> it shouldn't be a dependency IMO.
>     > > pyzmq is listed in the __recommends__ in
>     cubicweb/__pkginfo__.py and
>     > > is suggested by the package cubicweb-server.
>     > >
>     > > There are other optionnal libraries there, for example Pyro
>     (Python
>     > > Remote Objects), rdflib and fyzz (for RDF and SPARQL support),
>     etc.
>     > >
>     > Should it not be in the dependency list of the relevant cubes Debian
>     > packages ?
>
>     indeed, but in the case of zmq/pyro, that actually depends on a
>     specific
>     instance needs.
>     --
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