Developing Django apps with zc.buildout
An article by Jacob Kaplan-Moss, the creator of Django.
More buildout notes
Another article by Jacob Kaplan-Moss, the creator of Django.
A Django Development Environment with zc.buildout
This article will show you how to create a repeatable Django
development environment from scratch using zc.buildout.
Howto install Pylons with buildout
This document describes installing Pylons using Buildout.
Managing projects with Buildout
Learn about eggs, setuptools and dependency management, and how to
use Buildout to set up a development environment.
Buildout Quick Reference Card
Always going searching for answers to your buildout questions?
This reference card puts all that information into one handy
four-page laminated leaflet.
Brandon’s page about Buildout
Brandon says, “This page is where I am collecting all of the hints
that I accumulate about using buildout, the Python development and
deployment technology invented by the Zope folks.”
Buildout docs from Grok community
Modified version of Jim Fulton’s tutorial for using buildout,
originally given at DZUG 2007.
buildout tutorial. buildout howto. buildout
This post is a review, a tutorial, and a howto - for and about
buildout - a software development tool for the python language.
zc.buildout vs. “plain” setuptools
A criticism about Buildout. There is one reply to the criticism.
Buildout development/production strategy
Reinout van Rees says, “Buildout is great for development and for
deployment. How to combine the two? Jean-Paul Ladage and me did
some brainstorming on this and we’ll show you what we came up
Django support for zc.buildout.
Using buildout on Windows
Detailed explanation on what to do to get buildout running with a
Plone / Zope environment on Windows.
Easily creating repeatable buildouts
When you create a buildout for a production website, you want to be
able to recreate that exact buildout one year from now on a
different server. How do you do that? This is a more simple and
better working version of an earlier post.
Yet another tutorial.
mr.developer is a zc.buildout extension which makes it easier to
work with buildouts containing lots of packages of which you only
want to develop some.
Installing GeoDjango with PostgreSQL and zc.buildout