how do you prevent distutils from downloading and building packages without consent?
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Sat Mar 28 02:32:20 CET 2009
En Thu, 26 Mar 2009 08:34:58 -0300, John Machin <sjmachin at lexicon.net>
> On Mar 26, 9:59 pm, lkcl <luke.leigh... at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> a number of people using pyjamas are not only encountering
>> difficulties with setup.py endeavouring to download and install
>> "setuptools" but also they are ... the best word to use is
>> unfortunately "offended" - by the fact that distutils, in its default
>> configuration, downloads and even _compiles_ its dependencies -
>> *without consent*.
> Whatever is happening, don't blame distutils -- it's absolutely
> nothing to do with distutils. *You* are using a setup.py that calls
> setuptools, which is a quite different distribution method. Have you
> read the setuptools documentation? Didn't you *test* your setup.py
> before making it available to the world?
(Ouch, I didn't notice your earlier reply when I posted mostly the same
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