Unable to install latest version of a package via pip from PyPI
hi at iwoherka.eu
Fri Jul 20 13:05:06 EDT 2018
I do not wish to bother you with boring installation problems; however,
I would be obliged if someone could spare a minute or two to take a look at
I've recently uploaded a package on PyPI: pypi.org/project/sexpr/. Latest
version is 0.1.6 (for Python 3+). Unfortunately, I cannot install it via pip:
$ pip install sexpr==0.1.6
Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement sexpr==0.1.6 (from
versions: 0.1.6.linux-x86_64, 0.1.2, 0.1.3, 0.1.4, 0.1.5)
No matching distribution found for sexpr==0.1.6
However, package is obviously there:
$ pip search sexpr
sexpr (0.1.6) - S-expression toolkit for Python
Package was compiled and uploaded in a standard way:
$ python3 setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
$ twine upload dist/*
setuptools version is 39.0.1. twine version is 1.11.0. wheel version is 0.31.1.
I've tried installing with pip version 8.1.1 and 9.0.1. I'm also able to
install the package directly from GitHub without problems. setup.py install
works too. I'm using venv and pyenv.
Am I missing something obvious? Thank you.
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