tgshell command is only available from within a turbogears2 project and
while having tg.devtools installed.
So you must make sure you are running the command within the tg2
application directory and that the tg2 application is installed.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 10:25 PM, MHCPU <matthew.c...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've fixed it, although I'm not sure which of these did it:
> Put the name of the package in: /path/to/lib/python3.6/site-
> gearbox quickstart -a -s project_name
> pip install -e .
> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 10:56:58 AM UTC-4, MHCPU wrote:
>> I've recently installed Python 3.6.1 (using Anaconda 4.4.0) and
>> Turbogears 2.3.11 under RHEL 6.9. This is for deployment of a site that is
>> running in development mode. Everything works so far on the deployment
>> system -- the app is runs successfully under Apache/mod_wsgi.
>> However the tgshell command is missing from gearbox. On my development
>> system I've installed the same versions of Turbogears and Python, and
>> "gearbox tgshell" works. Is it "pip install tg.devtools" that should
>> install tgshell? Is there a way to diagnose why it doesn't?
>> Thanks for any help,
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