Oh, and I also tested the module out by install twisted via pip. This
downloaded the tar.bz2 file and installed correctly. So I know at
least pip installations will now work.
On 26 October 2012 00:17, Julian Kennedy <juliankenn@...> wrote:
> Ive completed the module. All tests are passing. Im just having issues
> with mercurial. Im a git user so I tried to do my development in a
> named branch and rebase onto default when done. This turned out to be
> not such a good idea. Im now trying to figure out how to get a patch
> with just my commits.
> On 22 October 2012 04:01, fwierzbicki@... <fwierzbicki@...> wrote:
>> On Sun, Oct 21, 2012 at 1:08 PM, Julian Kennedy <juliankenn@...>
>>> Just an update. I managed to get all the tests passing except the
>>> BZ2Decompressor tests. Havent gotten to it yet. I got the streaming
>>> compressor working by using a custom OutputStream class that captures
>>> the compressed output in chunks.
>>> Im using Apache commons compress. It seems the projects you guys
>>> mentioned was somehow integrated into the apache commons project. At
>>> least, thats what I conclude based on the API's.
>>> I'll complete the BZ2Decompressor sometime this week.
>> Great! I just ran into some trouble with our lack of bzip2 this week -
>> trying to get celery installed via pip threw an error as it tried to use the
>> bzip2 version of some dependencies. Thanks for looking into this!