Having a mix should be okay.
The prepare-dev step is mentioned in the docs. See
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On Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 6:47 AM, Tony Bibbs <t...@tonybibbs.com> wrote:
> 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
> python ./contrib/internal/prepare-dev.py
> ...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
> ./contrib/internal/prepare-dev.py" step?
> 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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