One option would be a local PyPi mirror produced on a machine with 
internet access, there are a few of those around. I've not used any of 
them though, http://pypi.python.org/pypi/collective.eggproxy/ may be 
worth checking out. This way the dependencies can be dealt with.

Chris


Christian Hammond wrote:
> The best I can offer you is 
> http://www.review-board.org/downloads/nightly/ and 
> http://www.review-board.org/downloads/mirror/. You can download the 
> eggs from there and run easy_install on the file direcly. You may also 
> want to pass the -N flag to have it skip dependencies, but make sure 
> you have the latest of everything.
>
> There is no official release yet. This new install procedure is one of 
> the last things before we feature free for our alphas/betas. We have 
> the UI rewrite left which is mostly complete but has a few things I 
> need to work out first. We were originally hoping for a December 
> release, but with the holidays and stuff I think it's more likely late 
> January or early February.
>
> Christian
>
> -- 
> Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> VMware, Inc.
>
>
> On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 1:45 PM, Mark B. <[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
> <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
>
>
>     One question that might be similar to what Chris Clark was asking
>     about: what is the best way to install rb on a box that has no direct
>     access to the Internet?  The app has been in such flux that I finally
>     stopped trying to install it after Django released 1.0, anticipating
>     your own 1.0 release.  Is there a tarball or anything (or will there
>     be soon) that I can download in one fell swoop and ftp to my server?
>
>     On Nov 23, 6:12 am, "Christian Hammond" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>     <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
>     > Hi everyone.
>     >
>     > We've just finished moving over to a new way of installing and
>     upgrading
>     > Review Board.
>     >
>     > Review Board, Djblets, Django-Evolution, PIL and Django are now
>     packaged up
>     > in such a way where you can install or upgrade them all with one
>     command.
>     >
>     > Site installation and upgrading is also handled through a new
>     tool, rb-site.
>     >
>     > The new installation procedure is documented
>     athttp://www.review-board.org/wiki/GettingStarted
>     <http://www.review-board.org/wiki/GettingStarted>. It includes
>     information on
>     > migrating from existing installations.
>     >
>     > To sum up the new changes, basic installation has mostly become:
>     >
>     >    $ sudo easy_install ReviewBoard
>     >    $ sudo rb-site install /var/www/reviews.example.com
>     <http://reviews.example.com>
>     >
>     > For the most part, nothing too fundamental has changed. It's
>     just easier to
>     > get going now. We are, however, considering some large changes
>     within the
>     > SVN tree that would break sites running out of the tree. This
>     will probably
>     > happen after 1.0, but may happen sooner if we decide it must be
>     done. We
>     > recommend that everybody makes an effort to move to the new
>     install method.
>     >
>     > I've done a number of test installs without any problems, but if
>     you hit an
>     > issue, please let me know and I'll work to address it.
>     >
>     > Christian
>     >
>     > --
>     > Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>     > VMware, Inc.
>
>
>
> >


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