@james-page I think the thing being overlooked is what it is doing, not
wether or not the exception is correct.  In our case, we have
repositories that have some artifacts, and repositories that may have
other artifacts... (and once in a rare while, overlap with different
versions)..   If we request a package that does *not* exist in the
custom urls, then it will fail completely, instead of passing with the
only failure being on that one repository.  By default, it should check
each of the repositories, see if they have it, etc..  It seems to be
checking them all, but if *any* of them fails to have an artifact being
requested, the entire pip operation implodes, even if the package *is*
available in a different repository successfully prior to the fetching
of the failed repo.

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