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  • 1. Recent Developments With ZopeSkel Chris Calloway University of North Carolina Department of Marine Sciences October 29, 2009 1
  • 2. Report Out 2
  • 3. October 2-5, 2009 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina 3
  • 4. TriZPUG 4
  • 5. Josh Johnson (jjmojojjmojo) 5
  • 6. ZopeSkel Archetypes How-To http://lionfacelemonface.wordpress.com/ 6
  • 7. DC Plone Conference 2008 ZopeSkel Sprint 7
  • 8. DC Plone Conference 2008 ZopeSkel Sprint •jjmojojjmojo •claytron •markvl •jraco •esartor •evilbungle •edo102 •mbiggers •mond21 •pareto 8
  • 9. DC Plone Conference 2008 ZopeSkel Sprint 9
  • 10. ZopeSkel IRC Channel #zopeskel on freenode.net 10
  • 11. Plone Symposium East ZopeSkel Presentation 11
  • 12. Plone Bootcamps http://plonebootcamps.com 12
  • 13. Joel Burton 13
  • 14. Project Site http://www.coactivate.org/projects/zopeskel-bbq-sprint/ 14
  • 15. Cris Ewing 15
  • 16. Chris Rossi 16
  • 17. Sponsors Nate Aune Karl Johan Kleist Justin Bennett Stephen McMahon Matthew Bowen Andrzej Mleczko Joel Burton Clayton Parker Chris Calloway Fabian Reinhard Alex and Amy Clark Michael Revoir Stephen Compall Francis Ridder Jan-Jaap Driessen Don Ross Don Fick Jon Stahl Robert Gimlich Dorneles Treméa David Glick Aaron VanDerlip Calvin Hendryx-Parker Ken Wasetis 17
  • 18. Our Motivation: Users •Thousands of people use ZopeSkel •Use for buildouts, themes, content types, products •Continually answer template questions incorrectly •ZopeSkel made by developers for developers •Themers and integrators are the actual users •Recognize this •Separate common usage from developer usage •Simplify the use of ZopeSkel 18
  • 19. Our Goals •Better questions in templates •Templates with verbose help •Repeatable personals preferences •Context sensitive questions •Fewer questions •Remove diagnostics from standard output •Documentation on good template writing •Refactor tests •Wrap and rename 19
  • 20. Wrap and Rename 20
  • 21. Our Design •Verbose description var in templates •onchange hook called on var change •$HOME/.zopeskel •easy attribute on questions •pre( ) template warning •post( ) template instructions •promote consistency in template 21
  • 22. Day One Accomplishment 22
  • 23. Button Is Dead; Long Live Button bin/zopeskel 23
  • 24. bin/zopeskel $ bin/zopeskel Usage: zopeskel <template> <output-name> [var1=value] ... [varN=value] zopeskel --help Full help zopeskel --list List template verbosely, with details zopeskel --make-config-file Output .zopeskel prefs file Plone Development | archetype: A Plone project that uses Archetypes content types | kss_plugin: A project for a KSS plugin | plone: A project for Plone products | plone2_theme: A theme for Plone 2.1 | plone3_portlet: A Plone 3 portlet 24
  • 25. bin/zopeskel --help $ bin/zopeskel --help This script allows you to create basic skeletons for plone and zope products and buildouts based on best-practice templates. It is a wrapper around PasteScript ("paster"), providing an easier syntax for invoking and better help. Invoking this script -------------------- Basic usage:: zopeskel <template> (To get a list of the templates, run the script without any arguments; 25
  • 26. bin/zopeskel --list $ bin/zopeskel --list Plone Development ----------------- archetype: A Plone project that uses Archetypes content types This creates a Plone project that uses Archetypes content types. It has local commands that will allow you to add content types and to add fields to your new content types. kss_plugin: A project for a KSS plugin This creates a project for a KSS plugins ('Kinetic Style Sheets', a Plone 3 framwork for JavaScript/AJAX). plone: A project for Plone products 26
  • 27. Pre-run Template Help $ bin/zopeskel plone3_buildout plone3_buildout: A buildout for Plone 3 installation­ This template creates a Plone 3 buildout (for most users, a preferred way to get an installation of Plone 3 is to use the appropriate installer, as these are all buildout-based since Plone 3.1) If at any point, you need additional help for a question, you can enter '?' and press RETURN. Enter project name: 27
  • 28. Template question help Enter project name: ? ************************************************************************** **   *** NOTE: You probably don't want to use this template! **  Since Plone 3.1, the preferred way to get a buildout-based setup **  for Plone is to use the standard installer for your operating **  system (the Windows installer, the Mac installer, or the Unified **  Installer for Linux/Unix/BSD). These give you a best-practice, **  widely-used setup with an isolated Python and a well-documented **  buildout. This template is here for older versions of Plone and **  for experts who explicitly want a raw, non-installer-based **  installation. **  (This message is particularly aimed at people following out-of- **  date books/documentation that suggest this is the right way to get **  a Plone-based buildout. This is no longer the case.) ************************************************************************** Enter project name: 28
  • 29. Template question help Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) ['easy']: ? |  In easy mode, you will be asked fewer, more common questions. |  In expert mode, you will be asked to answer more advanced, |  technical questions. |  In all modes, no questions will be skipped--even things like |  author_email, which would normally be a default set in a |  $HOME/.zopeskel file. Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) ['easy']: 29
  • 30. Nested Package Names: Expert Mode This template expects a project name with 2 dots in it (a 'nested namespace', like 'foo.bar.baz'). Enter project name: plone.app.example If at any point, you need additional help for a question, you can enter '?' and press RETURN. Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) ['easy']: expert Namespace Package Name (Name of outer namespace package) ['plone']: Namespace 2 Package Name (Name of inner namespace package) ['app']: Package Name (Name of the inner namespace package) ['example']: Version (Version number for project) ['1.0']: 30
  • 31. Nested Package Names: Easy Mode This template expects a project name with 2 dots in it (a 'nested namespace', like 'foo.bar.baz'). Enter project name: plone.app.example If at any point, you need additional help for a question, you can enter '?' and press RETURN. Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) ['easy']: Version (Version number for project) ['1.0']: 31
  • 32. ndot Attribute This template expects a project name with 2 dots in it (a 'nested namespace', like 'foo.bar.baz'). Enter project name: plone.app ERROR: Project name expected 2 dots, supplied 'plone.app' has 1 dots This template expects a project name with 2 dots in it (a 'nested namespace', like 'foo.bar.baz'). Enter project name: 32
  • 33. Post-run Template Help $ bin/zopeskel plone3_buildout sexy plone3_buildout: A buildout for Plone 3 installation This template creates a Plone 3 buildout (for most users, a preferred [...snip...] Verbose Security? (Should verbose security be "on" or "off"?) ['off']: ************************************************************************** **   Generation finished. **  You probably want to run python bootstrap.py and then edit **  buildout.cfg before running bin/buildout -v". **  See README.txt for details. ************************************************************************** $ 33
  • 34. zopeskel.doctools.graph: ZopeSkel 2.13 34
  • 35. zopeskel.doctools.graph: ZopeSkel 2.14dev 35
  • 36. Command Line Answers $ bin/zopeskel plone3_buildout sexy expert_mode=expert plone_version=3.3.1 zope2_install='' plone_products_install='' zope_user=admin zope_password=admin http_port=8080 debug_mode=on verbose_security=on plone3_buildout: A buildout for Plone 3 installation [..snip...] Creating directory ./sexy 36
  • 37. bin/zopeskel --make-config-file # This file can contain preferences for zopeskel. # To do so, uncomment the lines that look like: # variable_name = Default Value [DEFAULT] [archetype] # Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) # expert_mode = easy # Project Title (Title of the project) # title = Example Name # Namespace Package Name (Name of outer namespace package) # namespace_package = plone 37
  • 38. bin/zopeskel --make-config-file > ~/.zopeskel # This file can contain preferences for zopeskel. # To do so, uncomment the lines that look like: # variable_name = Default Value [DEFAULT] expert_mode = expert [archetype] # Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) # expert_mode = easy # Project Title (Title of the project) # title = Example Name # Namespace Package Name (Name of outer namespace package) # namespace_package = plone 38
  • 39. zopeskel.doctools.html_doc Plone Development archetype A Plone project that uses Archetypes content types This creates a Plone project that uses Archetypes content types. It has local commands that will allow you to add content types and to add fields to your new content types. Fields: • Expert Mode? (What question mode would you like? (easy/expert/all)?) • Project Title (Title of the project) • Namespace Package Name (Name of outer namespace package) • Package Name (Name of the inner namespace package) • Version (Version number for project) • Description (One-line description of the project) • Long Description (Multi-line description (in ReST)) • Author (Name of author for project) • Author Email (Email of author for project) • Keywords (List of keywords, space-separated) • Project URL (URL of the homepage for this project) • Project License (Name of license for the project) • Zip-Safe? (Can this project be used as a zipped egg? (true/false)) • Zope2 Product? (Are you created a Zope2 product?) Local Commands: • i18nlocale (An i18n locale directory structure) Local Command Fields: ◦ language_code (The iso-code of the language) • contenttype (A content type skeleton) Local Command Fields: ◦ contenttype_name (Content type name ) ◦ contenttype_description (Content type description ) ◦ folderish (True/False: Content type is Folderish ) 39
  • 40. zopeskel.webgui 40
  • 41. zopeskel.webgui 41
  • 42. zopeskel.webgui 42
  • 43. zopeskel.webgui 43
  • 44. zopeskel.webgui 44
  • 45. zopeskel.webgui 45
  • 46. zopeskel.webgui 46
  • 47. http://pasteweb.joelburton.com/ 47
  • 48. Other Details •title attribute •All tests now run •More tests 48
  • 49. Road Ahead •2.14 release •Refactor templates into subpackages: ✴zopeskel.base ✴zopeskel.zope ✴zopeskel.plone ✴zopeskel.silva •Move out of Collective? •Release manager 49
  • 50. ZopeSkel Email List http://lists.plone.org/mailman/listinfo/zopeskel 50
  • 51. Thanks nouri hannosch optilude davconvent wichert fschulze mustap MatthewWilkes tarek 51