Thanks for your help - still no go!
Any time I give it a web URL (e.g. http://something) it works fine. If I give it something else, it seems to get confused - there's no evidence that it's even looking at my folder.
I'm trying to do something like this:
easy_install -m calyon-tools==1.0-r2008-0630-trunk-3968 --find-packages="//sald441/webapps/eggs/tools_egg/"
The output is:
------------------------ interrupted Searching for calyon-tools==1.0-r2008-06-30-trunk-3968 Reading http://pypi.python.org/simple/calyon-tools/ Download error: (10060, 'Operation timed out') -- Some packages may not be found ! Reading http://pypi.python.org/simple/calyon-tools/ Download error: (10060, 'Operation timed out') -- Some packages may not be found ! Couldn't retrieve index page for 'calyon-tools' Scanning index of all packages (this may take a while) Reading http://pypi.python.org/simple/ Download error: (10060, 'Operation timed out') -- Some packages may not be found ! No local packages or download links found for calyon-tools==1.0-r2008-06-30-trun k-3968 error: Could not find suitable distribution for Requirement.parse('calyon-tools= =1.0-r2008-06-30-trunk-3968') ------------------------
But just to confirm the folder definitely can be read from within python:
import os os.listdir(r"//sald441/webapps/eggs/tools_egg/")
Furthermore I can easy install that file explicitly - it definitely does install:
D:\WORKSP~1\PYTHON~2\calyon_egg\dist>easy_install -m \sald441\webapps\eggs\tool s_egg\calyon_tools-1.0_r2008_06_30_trunk_3968-py2.4.egg Processing calyon_tools-1.0_r2008_06_30_trunk_3968-py2.4.egg Copying calyon_tools-1.0_r2008_06_30_trunk_3968-py2.4.egg to d:\python24\lib\sit e-packages Installing start_inspector.bat script to d:\Python24\Scripts Installing runbatch-script.py script to d:\Python24\Scripts Installing runbatch.exe script to d:\Python24\Scripts Installing make_launchers-script.py script to d:\Python24\Scripts
-----Original Message----- From: Phillip J. Eby [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 12 August 2008 17:17 To: Salim, Fadhley (CALYON); email@example.com Subject: RE: [Distutils] Distutils / Setuptools on Windows: Can we use local or UNC filesystems as an argument to --find-links
At 04:41 PM 8/12/2008 +0100, Fadhley Salim wrote:
What about using a network folder, e.g. a UNC path? Were you able to get such a thing working ever?
I've heard of people using network folders; I'm not sure I've personally tried a UNC path. Keep in mind that command-line quoting/escaping can foul up your backslashes, though, so I would suggest trying using '/' in place of '' in your command line. That is, '//server/share' instead of '\server\share'.
-----Original Message----- From: Phillip J. Eby [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 12 August 2008 16:15 To: Salim, Fadhley (CALYON); email@example.com Subject: Re: [Distutils] Distutils / Setuptools on Windows: Can we use local or UNC filesystems as an argument to --find-links
At 03:46 PM 8/12/2008 +0100, Fadhley Salim wrote:
Has anybody had any luck using the --find_options argument to easy_install with a local folder (e.g. on a Windows C: Drive) or a network folder, for example
easy_install --find-links="http://server/egs" myegg==1.0.1 ( that sort of thing works fine )
So should this:
easy_install --find-links="c:\myeggs" myegg==1.0.1
The file:// urls can work too, but they work differently than just using a directory filename; they'll be checked at a later stage of
And of course, they're harder to get right. :)
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