Request to join Python Modules Team

2020-04-26 Thread Nikos Roussos
Hi everyone, I would like to join the Python Modules Team, but I am also looking for a sponsor at the same time. I tend to write python, but also use a lot of python tools and libraries out there. So I thought I could start looking around to see what would be useful to be available in the

Re: issues installing psutil with pip in virtual environment

2020-04-26 Thread Sandro Tosi
> I am running into an issue installing psutil: pip3 install psutil, in a > virtual environment. I have upgraded my pip and setuptools with no > avail. I am getting this error: https://pastebin.com/2Xb7UN9g psutil is not pure python, and contains some extensions that need to be compiled, so your

Re: issues installing psutil with pip in virtual environment

2020-04-26 Thread Scott Kitterman
On April 26, 2020 4:06:00 PM UTC, Anil F Duggirala wrote: >hello, >I am running into an issue installing psutil: pip3 install psutil, in a >virtual environment. I have upgraded my pip and setuptools with no >avail. I am getting this error: https://pastebin.com/2Xb7UN9g >Some have suggested

issues installing psutil with pip in virtual environment

2020-04-26 Thread Anil F Duggirala
hello, I am running into an issue installing psutil: pip3 install psutil, in a virtual environment. I have upgraded my pip and setuptools with no avail. I am getting this error: https://pastebin.com/2Xb7UN9g Some have suggested installing the python3-dev package. Saying that I require "header"

Re: best practice when installing python packages

2020-04-26 Thread Anil F Duggirala
> > For cases like this, I think the best practice is to work inside a > > virtualenv > > where you can upgrade pip and install whatever you need via pip > > with > > no impact > > on either your user or system python. > > I will do this then. > Actually this is exactly what is recommended

Re: best practice when installing python packages

2020-04-26 Thread Anil F Duggirala
On Sat, 2020-04-25 at 13:55 -0400, Scott Kitterman wrote: > On Debian pip/pip3 does a user install by default, so if you do an > 'upgrade' > of a system installed module, it should have no system wide effect, > only for > the current user. Thank you for that piece of info. I was really