[Distutils] Canonical Repo URL: Make "pip install -e foo" work
Leonardo Rochael Almeida
leorochael at gmail.com
Tue Mar 21 09:35:08 EDT 2017
Besides figuring out where the repo url is, you have a second problem to
The command `pip install -e some/path` already has something
unpacked/checked-out in `some/path` to install in development mode.
In which folder would the command `pip install -e some.project`
On 21 March 2017 at 05:13, Thomas Güttler <guettliml at thomas-guettler.de>
> AFAIK it is impossible to do this:
> pip install -e foo
> You need to use the repo URL up to now:
> pip install -e git+https://example.com/repos/foo#egg=foo
> AFAIK the fast/short implementation of "pip install -e foo" does
> not work, since pip can't access metadata of package foo without
> the whole package. Or am I wrong - is this possible?
> But how cares for useless downloaded bytes? I don't care.
> It should be possible to download the whole package "foo",
> then look at the metadata which is provided by it. Take
> the canonical repo url, and then get the source from
> the repo.
> AFAIK there is no official way to define a "Canonical Repo URL" up to now.
> If I want to provide it for my custom packages. How could I do this?
> Thomas Güttler
> Thomas Guettler http://www.thomas-guettler.de/
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