I am trying to make a basic site using plone. To learn how to use a theme in my site, I am refering to the following link:https://docs.plone.org/adapt-and-extend/theming/theme_product.html
However following are the unexpected things I have encountered so far:
- Since I used "tango" theme, according to the doc: the correct file structure isn't appearing:
tree src/plonetheme/tango/command doesn't show the "theme" directory which contains the html, rules files.
Also while installing tango theme on plone, it should ask to choose from 'Basic', 'Dexterity' and 'Theme' package. Duing the installation, it asks me to choose between 'Basic' and 'Dexterity' packages.
zemotacqy@zemotacqy-notebook:~/Plone-5/zinstance/plonetheme.tango$ mrbob -O plonetheme.tango bobtemplates:plone_addon
Welcome to mr.bob interactive mode. Before we generate directory structure, some questions need to be answered.
Answer with a question mark to display help.
Values in square brackets at the end of the questions show the default value if there is no answer.
--> What kind of package would you like to create? Choose between 'Basic', 'Dexterity'. [Basic]:
- I included plone.app.theming in my buildout.cfg in zinstance directory under part [instance]. What does plone.app.theming do in particular and how it helps in theming a plone site.
Here is my buildout:
- Now if I am trying to run my plone site on local machine. I am running my instance in foreground and the following happens:
/home/zemotacqy/Plone-5/zinstance/eggs/setuptools-26.1.1-py2.7.egg/pkg_resources/init.py:188: RuntimeWarning: You have iterated over the result of pkg_resources.parse_version. This is a legacy behavior which is inconsistent with the new version class introduced in setuptools 8.0. In most cases, conversion to a tuple is unnecessary. For comparison of versions, sort the Version instances directly. If you have another use case requiring the tuple, please file a bug with the setuptools project describing that need.
Couldn't find index page for 'plonetheme.tango' (maybe misspelled?)