In my previous post, i was looking for upload directly a wheel file. I
found how to do. But now, i'd like to upload the linked documentation.
On the official documentation, it is simply marked "to document". So
someones could help me please?
Thank you very much.
I'm facing a non documented problem with DEVPI (at least, i no see any
I developped wrapped driver around DLL libs on windows. No wheel creation
problem on windows. My devpi server is on a Debian distrib.
My procedure is to clone my repository on my Debian, then ask for upload
code on devpi. But when i do this, i have an error saying that ctypes has
no "windll" function. When i look at ctypes help, in Python, i saw i use
same Python and ctypes version on windows and Linux, but Linux version has
some functionnality in minus.
I saw other wrapped drivers i have created has no problem with devpi. Seems
problem appears only when in code, the ctypes line is directly interpreted
(in code without indentation, or in a function or a class which is called
in code without indentation). In the code which no create problem,
ctypes.windll line is in a class which is no interpreted.
Someone could tell me if there is a way, i d'idn't see or undestand, to
simplee upload wheel and documentation, create on windows side on my devpi
That still won't work correctly.
If you insist on using --find-links rather than the officially supported
-i (--index-url), you should install this plugin:
On 12 Sep 2016, at 12:58, OrangeTux wrote:
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I can't install releases of packages from devpi other than the latest
All releases show up in the listening:
$ devpi list package
Installing version 0.6.1 goes without problem, but instaling an older
release is not possible:
$ pip install --upgrade --trusted-host devpi.corporate.com --find-links http
://devpi.corporate.com/dev --no-index package==0.6.0
Ignoring indexes: https://pypi.python.org/simple
Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement package==0.6.0 (
from versions: 0.6.1)
No matching distribution found for package==0.6.0
Is their something I'm missing?