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License
BSD
Lastest release
version 0.1a3 on Sep 9th, 2011

Overview

This project aims to bring the fun and ease of the Pyramid development style into Plone.

Status

The work is at a very early alpha stage. There's no promises of API stability or functionality yet.

Development

The code and issue tracker can be found at https://github.com/hannosch/plutonian

Assumptions

This project assumes you are writing a specific application based on top of Plone. Your project will consist of configuration, specific deployment settings, policy code and knowledge about the content structure.

We further assume that non-persistent configuration is generally preferable over persistent configuration, as it is easier to manage and version.

This approach is very different from the typical Plone development model, in which you write add-ons for the Plone CMS application.

Changelog

0.1a3 - 2011-09-08
  • Add optional profile_name argument to register_profile method, to allow registration of secondary profile for one package. [hannosch]
  • Update import_step default depends to plone-final instead of types and toolset, so we are certain everything has been setup before us. [hannosch]
0.1a2 - 2011-04-18
  • Update to work with GenericSetup 1.6.3+. [hannosch]
0.1a1 - 2011-03-05
  • Split out various helpers from an internal project. [hannosch]

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Last updated Sep 9th, 2011

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