Yep thats what found.
But at the moment if you easy_install repoze.what you end up with
repoze.who.2.0.x and you can't seem to get
repoze.who 1.0.18 from PyPI
On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 1:26 PM, Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com> wrote:
> On 4/6/10 1:12 AM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
>> I have been using repoze.what (1.0.8) and (due to dependancies)
>> repoze.who 1.0.18 for the last couple of months.
>> Today we where setting up a new instance and found that repoze.who
>> 2.0.a2 was coming down from PyPI as it is
>> the most recent version and repoze.who 1.0.18 was hidden.
>> We found code that was working was now failing silently (changes with
>> aut_tkt I believe) (ok maybe not an error but user auth that was
>> working stopped haven't found out yet
>> what exactly was going wrong).
>> Is 2.0.xx of repoze.who supposed to be the correct version for
>> repoze.what 1.0.18 it looks like repoze.what dependancies on
>> repoze.who is just> 1.0 ?
> I'd use the 1.X version of r.who for best compatibility.
> - C
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