[Grok-dev] Errors with the current dependencies??
steveschmechel at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 18 11:30:10 EST 2010
Sorry about unexpectedly including Windows. My initial issue
was with Linux installation and I did verify that it was a problem
on that platform in addition to the initial report regarding Apple.
It seems that the pinning problem is known by the developers and
will be taken care of in a future release.
While I had the chance, I tried windows and came across the
problem mentioned. It will be nice if the upstream developers add
the logic to include win32api when necessary. (It appears that
newer versions of virtualenv may need it also.)
This problem is really an edge case to a fix applied to grokproject.
I will start a new topic to discuss this and add a bug report if
--- On Thu, 2/18/10, Michael Haubenwallner <michael at d2m.at> wrote:
> From: Michael Haubenwallner <michael at d2m.at>
> Subject: Re: Errors with the current dependencies??
> To: "Steve Schmechel" <steveschmechel at yahoo.com>
> Cc: "Martijn Faassen" <faassen at startifact.com>, grok-dev at zope.org
> Date: Thursday, February 18, 2010, 2:54 AM
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> Steve Schmechel wrote:
> > A bit off topic, but we should note that if you are
> instructing a
> > Windows user to use the "--no-site-packages"
> virtualenv option, they
> > must also copy the win32 libraries and pywin32.pth
> file from their
> > system installation of Python to their virtual
> environment because
> > Grokproject requires win23api. (The
> no-site-packages virtualenv options
> > causes this to be unavailable as expected.)
> > It would be nice if this somehow got installed as a
> dependency by
> > easy_install while installing Grokproject on Windows,
> but I am not sure
> > that is possible and the pywin32 installer only
> targets the system
> > Python directory.
> > I believe that is why the "Install Grok on MS Windows"
> howto leaves the
> > no-site-packages option out. I wish there was a
> consistent story for
> > this. I switch between the two platforms often
> and there are always
> > glitches.
> You did not mention Windows before, but check this issue
> for a solution
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