Thanks, that is what I was missing.

I hit one more error in case anyone is interested.  lxml couldn't
install because the compiler couldn't find libxml/xmlversion.h.  For
lack of interest on my part to figure out why this happened, I did the
following which allowed me to get past the problem.  (Ubuntu 12.04.1

$ cd /usr/include && sudo ln -s libxml2/libxml

I seem to be back in operation now.  Thanks.


On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 2:08 PM, Alexei Kornienko
<> wrote:
> Hello Carl,
> You should try to update your virtualenv (pip install -U virtualenv).
> It fixed this problem for me.
> Regards,
> Alexei
> On 05/08/14 23:00, Carl Baldwin wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I noticed this yesterday afternoon.  I tried to run pep8 and unit
>> tests on a patch I was going to submit.  It failed with an error that
>> no package satisfying oslo.config could be found [1].  I went to pypi
>> and saw that the version appears to be available [2] but still
>> couldn't install it.
>> I tried to activate the .tox/pep8 virtual environment and install the
>> version explicitly.  Interestingly, that worked in one gerrit repo for
>> Neutron [3] but not the other [4].  These two virtual envs are on the
>> same machine.  I ran "git clean -fdx" to start over and now neither
>> virtualenv can install it.
>> Anyone have any idea what is going on?  It seems to be related to the
>> fact that oslo.config is now uploaded as .whl files, whatever those
>> are.  Why is it that my system cannot handle these?  I noticed that
>> oslo.config is now available only as .whl in the versions
>> but used to be available as .tar.gz files.
>> Carl
>> [1]
>> [2]
>> [3]
>> [4]
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