I think the checksum mismatch was due to the fact that I was using tar files from bitbucket rather than the official tar files on pypi, and the bitbucket tar file must be dynamically generated. I've updated the port description to include yt-2.3 from pypi, and have also included a patch to ensure that iyt runs with ipython 0.12+ (see http://hg.yt-project.org/yt/issue/375/iyt-is-hard-coded-to-only-work-with).
The port database is updated every hour, so in a couple of hours, try:
sudo port selfupdate
port search py27-yt
if you see:
py27-yt @2.3 (python, science) Astrophysical simulation Analysis and Viz'
(i.e. with 2.3, not 2.2), then you can install it:
sudo port install py27-yt
(Note, iyt is available as iyt-2.7)
Let me know if things do still not work in a couple of hours!
On 26 March 2012 16:34, Erica Rosenblum firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I tried using macports to install yt and ran into a couple of issues.
First, there was a conflict because I had hdf5 installed to use flash and yt required hdf5-18. Secondly, after uninstalling hdf5 to see what would happen, I received these errors:
Error: Checksum (md5) mismatch for yt-2.2.tar.gz Error: Checksum (sha1) mismatch for yt-2.2.tar.gz Error: Checksum (rmd160) mismatch for yt-2.2.tar.gz Error: Target org.macports.checksum returned: Unable to verify file checksums Error: Status 1 encountered during processing.