> Colin J. Williams schrieb:
>> pkoelle@... wrote:
>>> Colin J. Williams schrieb:
>>>> I have dropped SQLObject from the first
>>>> line and the install seemed to go
>>> Do you mean the checkout from SVN?
>>>> However, the setup.py install fails,
>>>> please see below:
>>>> "C:\Documents and Settings\cjw\My
>>> Please try again from a location without spaces in the path.
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>> It seems that I need to go back to
>> basics. When I do a tortoisesvn checkout
>> to site-packages\sqlobj, the downloaded
>> material goes into this directory.
>> In that directory is an sqlobj
>> directory, this is the directory I need to
>> be able to import from but it's placed
>> one level down in the hierarchy.
> I bet the foldername is sqlobject. In python, the name of the folder is
> the name of the package.
> Verzeichnis von C:\xchange\sqlobject
> 04.11.2007 12:43 <DIR> .
> 04.11.2007 12:43 <DIR> ..
> 04.11.2007 12:42 <DIR> debian
> 04.11.2007 12:43 <DIR> docs
> 04.11.2007 12:47 <DIR> ez_setup
> 04.11.2007 12:43 152 MANIFEST.in
> 04.11.2007 12:43 515 README.txt
> 04.11.2007 12:43 489 release
> 04.11.2007 12:42 <DIR> scripts
> 04.11.2007 12:43 1.317 setup.cfg
> 04.11.2007 12:43 3.736 setup.py
> 04.11.2007 12:45 <DIR> sqlobject
> See the sqlobject folder above? This folder is the actual sqlobject
> package (in python parlance). This is the folder you need to live under
> site-packages. You shouldn't checkout into site-packages but to another
> location and run "python setup.py install" from there. You might want to
> look at http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/EasyInstall which will
> handle dependencies but I'm not sure if you can get the SVN version with
Thanks for this. I guess my major goof
was in trying to install into
site-packages. By using tortoisesvn to
download into my download area and
then using setup.py to install, all goes
Unfortunately the formencode module
seems to be missing. I'll put sqlobject
away for another day.
PS My directory layout is not quite the
same as yours:
Directory of C:\Documents and
04-Nov-07 09:26 AM <DIR> .
04-Nov-07 09:26 AM <DIR> ..
04-Nov-07 09:26 AM <DIR> build
04-Nov-07 09:25 AM <DIR> debian
04-Nov-07 09:26 AM <DIR> dist
04-Nov-07 09:25 AM <DIR> docs
04-Nov-07 09:26 AM <DIR>
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04-Nov-07 09:25 AM 515
04-Nov-07 09:25 AM 489
04-Nov-07 09:25 AM <DIR>
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