What happened to RuleDispatch
exhuma at gmail.com
Thu Oct 19 17:50:20 CEST 2006
On Oct 19, 5:32 pm, "Adam Jones" <ajon... at gmail.com> wrote:
> exhuma.twn wrote:
> > On Oct 19, 3:44 pm, "exhuma.twn" <exh... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On Oct 18, 10:41 pm, "Adam Jones" <ajon... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > exhuma.twn wrote:
> > > > > Hi all,
> > > > > yesterday I wanted to install TurboGears, which depends on
> > > > >RuleDispatch. However, I failed to download it. First I got the error
> > > > > "Bad Gateway" from the server, today it's simply a "Not Found" error.
> > > > > So what happened to it? Does somebody know?
> > > > > I would really need to install TurboGears in the next couple of days.
> > > > > So if someone knows where I can find a mirror ofRuleDispatchI would
> > > > > be very grateful.The required files for TG are mirrored on the turbogears.org download
> > > > page. You should be able to get an installation by looking up the files
> > > > there. Try this command:
> > > > easy_install -fhttp://www.turbogears.org/download/index.html
> > > > TurboGears
> > > > That is actually the recommended way to install TurboGears, as it is
> > > > not always compatible with the latest version of the components.
> > > > -AdamHmmm... this is wat I get:
> > > Using /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/TurboGears-1.0b1-py2.4.egg
> > > Processing dependencies for TurboGears
> > > Searching forRuleDispatch
> > > Readinghttp://www.turbogears.org/download/index.html
> > > Best match:RuleDispatch0.5a0.dev-r2115
> > > Downloadinghttp://files.turbogears.org/eggs/RuleDispatch-0.5a0.dev-r2115.tar.gz
> > > error: Can't downloadhttp://files.turbogears.org/eggs/RuleDispatch-0.5a0.dev-r2115.tar.gz:
> > > 502 Bad Gateway
> > > Could this be a local issue?
> > Forgot to say I also tried to download it via the web-browser. This
> > gave me the following error (generated by the proxy I have to use):
> > "Server response could not be decoded using encoding type returned by
> > server.
> > This is typically caused by a Web Site presenting a content encoding
> > header of one type, and then encoding the data differently."I just tried it for myself (with my workplace's proxy) and had no
> problems. You might want to check on the TurboGears mailing list (http://groups.google.com/group/turbogears) to see if someone there can
> help you figure out what is going on. Downloading the eggs at another
> location and installing locally is also an option.
I'll do that. Thanks anyway.
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