Re: Baruwa Digest, Vol 63, Issue 5

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Re: Baruwa Digest, Vol 63, Issue 5

Hello Andrew.
Thank you for your response. I agree with you. Community isn't a one way

As I wrote I'm unfortunately not a developer. Maybe I can contribute in
writing a better translation for german as I could see, that there is room
for improvement.

But in one term I disagree: The missing files are missing in community
edition, but they are in the enterprise edition. Should the community
reinvent the wheel?
So maybe the community is more willing to contribute code, if one can
assume that the existing code base is complete and it could be tested on a
working system.

For me is the situation now, that I cannot do much but I'm willing to do
what I'm able to do. Maybe wrote an actual installation walk-through. But
please put all files in the community edition which are needed to function

Thank you very much for your work and have a good and successful new year.

Regards, Oliver

> Hello.
> I'm trying several times to install the Communiy Edition 2.0.9.
> With Python 2.6 , Python 2.7.11 ...
> Only an old version of Python 2.7.10 enables me to build the git-master.
> "pip install baruwa" doesn't work at all. Why is it there, when the
> build
> is commonly known to be broken? And why the documentation says to
> install
> with "pip install baruwa"?
> But there are soooooo much more errors (for me). It seems that the 2.0.9
> is very buggy. Files are missing (, internationalization is
> broken (jsi18n.js is missing), which leads to errors like:
> ----------
> Module baruwa.controllers.utils:113 in js_localization >>  locale =
> get_lang()[0]
> TypeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute '__getitem__'
> ----------
> Many other .js-files are missing (common.min.js and much more).
> Directory layout doesn't match the documentation. Do I need to "
> bdist_wheel install" or sdist or both? Sorry, I'm not a developer ...
> and
> the documentation says to install from PyPI (which is not correct for
> this
> release).
> Is there still the willingness to have working community editions
> besides
> the enterprise edition?
> Is there anyone out there who has successful build the 2.0.9 Community
> Edition without being a developer of Baruwa?
> Greetings
> Oliver
> ------------------------------
> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 22:38:18 +0200
> From: Andrew Colin Kissa <[hidden email]>
> To: Baruwa users list <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [Baruwa] Installation of Community Edition 2.0.9
> Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
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> On 30 Dec 2015, at 9:27 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
> > Is there still the willingness to have working community editions
> > besides
> > the enterprise edition?
> Pull requests to fix these issues are welcome. There can be no
> "community"
> edition if the community does not put work in to contribute code.