[Grok-dev] Re: Python UK meeting and Django
faassen at startifact.com
Wed May 7 09:56:34 EDT 2008
Brandon Craig Rhodes wrote:
> You've then wedged yourself: you can't use Grok now by
> trying to import it, but you also can no longer run "grokproject" and
> have the resulting app run, because the easy_install inside the
> buildout apparently becomes terribly confused by the wrong versions of
> things sitting in site-packages, and your Grok project will probably
> not run at all until you've gotten on #grok, asked about what to do,
> and been guided through removing everything starting with "zope" in
> your site-packages.
> I think I've helped at least two people in exactly this situation on
> #grok myself.
Does this still happen? I know I ran into this problem with people last
year, but we're pinning the eggs down now, so installing 'grokproject'
should be unrelated to what's in the site-packages. You'd think that
it'd get the right versions of the eggs, no matter where they are.
If this is still a problem, could you create a launchpad issue on this?
You could simulate this situation with a virtual-env or by using a
custom installation of python.
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