Unable to install latest version of a package via pip from PyPI
hi at iwoherka.eu
Fri Jul 20 14:40:36 EDT 2018
Oh. It took a while for the message to go through.
In the meantime I've discovered that the source-code archive was badly formatted. Probably something with venv. I've bumped the patch version and re-uploaded. Sorry and thank you.
-------- Original Message --------
On 20 Jul 2018, 7:05 pm, Iwo Herka wrote:
> 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
> my problem.
> 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
> INSTALLED: 0.1.5
> LATEST: 0.1.6
> 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.
> Iwo Herka
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