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README.rst

Important

This package is no longer actively maintained and therefor won't see any new features added to it. For more information please check out the wiki

This simple recipe for zc.buildout fetches data from a given repository and stores it into its part's directory. A simple task using this could look like this:

[myapp]
recipe=zerokspot.recipe.git
repository=git://github.com/zerok/zerokspot.gitrecipe.git
rev=7c73978b55fcadbe2cd6f2abbefbedb5a85c2c8c

This would store the repository under ${buildout:directory}/parts/myapp and keep it at exactly this revision, no matter what happens on the server.

The recipe has following options:

repository
The absolute URL of the repository to be fetched
rev
A revision/commit within this repository the environment should use.
branch
If you want to stay up to date with a certain branch other than "master", use this.
paths
List of relative paths to packages to develop. Must be used together with as_egg=true.
newest
This overrides the newest-option of the global setting for this part
as_egg
Set to True if you want the checkout to be registered as a development egg in your buildout.
cache-name
Name of the repository in the download-cache directory.
recursive
Follow submodules (Note that submodules are not cloned from the download cache).

Offline installation

If you want to install a part from the download-cache, this is now possible, too:

[buildout]
parts = myapp
download-cache = /var/cache/buildout
install-from-cache = true

[mylib]
recipe = zerokspot.recipe.git
repository = http://domain.com/repo.git

With this configuration, the recipe will look for /var/cache/buildout/repo and clone it into the local parts/ folder.

The recipe also supports an additional "cache-name" setting that lets you configure the folder name of the repository in the download cache.

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