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How to install gp.bootstrap

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  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install gp.bootstrap
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License
MIT
Dependencies
Imports
Lastest release
version 0.2 on Mar 30th, 2013

Create a ~/.buildout/default.cfg if it doesn't exist

Create a buildout.cfg based on ~/.buildout/template.cfg if it doesn't exist

Download the bootstrap.py script if needed.

Then run bin/buildout.

Example:

$ bootstrap           # bootstrap with sys.executable

$ bootstrap 2.5       # bootstrap with python2.5

$ bootstrap 2.5 -vvv  # extra buildout options

News

0.2

Fix bootstrap url

0.1

Initial version

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Last updated Mar 30th, 2013

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