[Distutils] Please do not remove dependency_links
hannes at ucsc.edu
Sat Jan 18 03:21:34 CET 2014
On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 11:12 AM, Daniel Holth <dholth at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 1:45 PM, Hannes Schmidt <hannes at ucsc.edu> wrote:
> > Thank you for your suggestions, Donald. They are both feasible but they
> > like workarounds to me.
> > Manually listing transitive dependencies seems like a step backwards to
> > Isn't the whole point of setuptools/distutils that each component manages
> > its own list of dependencies? How will this scale to dozens of transitive
> > dependencies and busy development teams where dependencies are revved
> > frequently. I really liked what Maven did for Java and therefore liked
> > pip is trying to do for Python.
> > I haven't used --find-links yet so I may be wrong but tarring up packages
> > and serving them by a web server is additional work that I'd rather
> > It just creates yet another copy of the package and requires maintaining
> > additional server component.
> > I loved the fact that I could point pip directly at my source repos for
> > my top-level projects as well as their dependencies. That seemed like a
> > perfect fit for an interpreted language like Python where packages are
> > distributed in source form. Removing dependency_links makes that feature
> > useless to me because it doesn't extend to dependencies, only top level
> > components.
> IIUC a dependency link is the same as passing --find-links=x for that
> URL. I understand this doesn't exactly solve your problem.
I don't know. How do I translate
pip install hg+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/cghub/cghub-cloud-agent@default
with cghub-cloud-agent's setup.py being
hg at bitbucket.org/cghub/cghub-python-lib at default#egg=cghub-python-lib-1.4.dev1
hg at bitbucket.org/cghub/cghub-cloud-lib at default#egg=cghub-cloud-lib-1.0.dev1'
into a use of --find-links?
> Your internal projects are in private bitbucket repositories?
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