[IronPython] How should I install packages?

Michael Foord fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Thu Jun 10 02:01:42 CEST 2010

On 07/06/2010 13:43, Matthew Wilson wrote:
> I've got an all-python package that should be compatible with
> ironpython.  It seems like distutils.setup doesn't exist though, so my
> original setup.py script won't work.
> I might tweak my setup.py so that when it can't find a distutils.setup,
> it goes into "ironpython mode" and then just manually copies stuff.
> So where should I install stuff?  Just copy it somewhere in sys.path?

I think that's about the current practise... :-)

> Is there a convention other people are following?
> Matt
> PS and OT: I'm trying to use gmane to access this mailing list with slrn (a
> command-line newsreader) and while I can post to the list, no new posts
> ever show up.
> I use gmane and slrn to read a lot of other lists and they work fine.
> Any ideas?
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