Easy enough, it did get Django Evolution installed even though it did error
out with the following:
No local packages or download links found for paramiko==1.7.4
error: Could not find suitable distribution for
Seems as if Ubuntu already had this installed for me so I ran
...again and this time it seemed to work ok. Do I need to worry about having
a mix of Ubuntu packages and explicitly installed Python packing moving
forward? Just trying to avoid any possible future headaches.
Also, should the docs here be updated to include the "python
On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 5:07 PM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com>wrote:
> Easy_install will be your best option.
> Actually, what you probably should do is (assuming this is a developer
> machine) run:
> sudo python setup.py develop
> This will automatically grab all the dependencies from the right locations
> and install them.
> You'll also want to then run this for your Djblets tree if you have one
> installed, otherwise changes to that tree won't show up (as we'll use the
> fetched package instead).
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