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pypm install plonetheme.drupal

How to install plonetheme.drupal

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  3. Type pypm install plonetheme.drupal
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version 1.1 on Jan 9th, 2014

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plonetheme.drupal is an installable Plone Theme using plone.app.theming, based on the default Sunburst Plone theme.

Strongly inspired by the Drupal theme Bartik (default theme in Drupal 7), this theme may help sell Plone to PHP guys ;)

To be installed before any demonstration to an audience of Drupal followers ;) !

Do you want to learn more about Plone versus Drupal ? Install this theme and visit http://<your-plone-site>/@@plone-versus-drupal




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scale:70 %
alt:Plone Theme Drupal Screenshot


Getting the theme

Add plonetheme.drupal to your plone.recipe.zope2instance buildout section's eggs parameter e.g.:


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eggs = Plone ... plonetheme.drupal

Or, you can add it as a dependency on your own product setup.py:

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install_requires=[ ... 'plonetheme.drupal', ],

Enabling the theme

Install the theme from the Add-ons control panel. That's it!

Quickly test ?

Download plonetheme.drupal and use virtualenv and buildout to test the theme:

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easy_install virtualenv cd plonetheme.drupal virtualenv . source bin/activate (plonetheme.drupal) easy_install zc.buildout !!! check the buildout config file test-plone-base.cfg before running !!! (plonetheme.drupal) ln -s test-plone-4.2.x.cfg buildout.cfg (plonetheme.drupal) python bootstrap.py (plonetheme.drupal) bin/buildout [...] be patient... [...] (plonetheme.drupal) ./bin/instance fg

Go to http://localhost:8080, add a new Plone Site and install plonetheme.drupal

Launch tests:

(plonetheme.drupal) ./bin/test -s plonetheme.drupal

Launch code coverage:

(plonetheme.drupal) bin/coverage
(plonetheme.drupal) bin/report

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And open with a browser htmlcov/index.html


Source code

Source code is hosted on Github.


1.1 (2012-10-05)
  • Tests with Plone 4.2 and 4.3.
  • Fix urls for images in theme.css to work on debug mode and... production mode !
  • Update tests, add some test buildouts and code coverage.
1.0.1 (2012-06-11)
  • Add a basic test and a dedicated buildout.cfg.
1.0 (2012-06-06)
  • Initial release.

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