[Grok-dev] grok 1.4 I can't import netsnmp
takz1977 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 3 17:38:33 EDT 2011
'netsnmp', # i try to add
include-site-packages = false # i try modify to "true"
then run ./bin/buildout it show error cant find package
Jan-Wijbrand Kolman-3 wrote:
> On 6/28/11 10:44 , 3sso wrote:
>> I'm install package from apt-set install and I can see package dir at
>> I can import in interpreter mode but can't in grok
>> I try modify buildout.cfg and setup.py now still not work
>> ps. I try reinstall it by easy-install have problem about package name
>> same too. so now I don't sure install it from what package. maybe
>> all package name search from apt-cache search snmp command but can't use
>> easy-install command
> Aren't (some of) these packages listed here?
> Mind you that the python package may have been split up in several deb
> packages. Also note that, if these python packages contain compiled
> code, the corresponding *-dev deb package may need to be installed.
> The reason you python interpreter *does* see the packages and the
> application as set up by buildout *does not*, is because buildout
> *intentionally* isolates you from system-installed packages.
> You could enable including system-installed package from your
> buildout.cfg. Let me see how to do that...
> ...right, this URL might help:
> regards, jw
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