Yeah, this is annoying, and my fault! It should work fine for if you
use the install script, but evidently not for manual installs.
Completely slipped my mind when I put it in.
I think there's a way to accomplish the same thing using distribute,
which is bootstrapped by yt itself (not the install script) and
definitely should be on every machine. I'll take a quick look into
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 11:44 PM, John Wise <jwise(a)astro.princeton.edu> wrote:
I was trying to update one of my installs on a kubuntu (10.10) desktop,
which I haven't done since the Cython files started to be generated on the
When I tried to install it, my desktop didn't have "pip" by default.
yt> sudo python setup.py install
Received error on importing Cython:
No module named Cython
Now attempting to install Cython
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "setup.py", line 18, in <module>
ImportError: No module named pip
But this was easily fixed by a "sudo apt-get install python-pip". I just
wanted to share this if you think pip needs to be auto-installed also. I
don't know if this makes any difference, but this installation didn't use
the install script.
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