[Distutils] Parsing setup()
robert.kern at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 01:19:06 CEST 2007
> Ian Bicking wrote:
>> If you have a built egg (which you can do with python setup.py egg_info, without actually installing
>> anything) you can read the requires.txt file with pkg_resources.
> I had tried that but I was having problems with un-installed packages.
> I have this so far, which works with *nux, but I'll have to figure out
> how to find the correct Python
> executable in Windows (I think using different Python versions could
> yield different requirements?).
> pkg_name = "pycopia-net"
> os.system("/usr/bin/env python %s egg_info" % setup_file)
You probably want to use sys.executable (and the subprocess module if you have
Python >= 2.4):
subprocess.call([sys.executable, 'setup.py', 'egg_info'])
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