#124 Cannot register using command-line

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nobody
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2011-03-26
2011-03-26
yac00b
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I am not exactly sure if it is a proper place for my problem. I am quite new to Python in general.
I am working on Windows 7 with Python 3.2. I wanted to upload a module to PyPI. To do that I have to register with the command-line. I use the command "python3 setup.py register" and then I have to choose whether to use existing login, to create new etc. I am already registered on the website. When I choose 1 and press Enter, it still wants me to put a proper number.
I searched the web and I found out that the solution is to specify my username and password in the .pypirc file. The problem is that I have no idea where to find this file. Should I maybe create it? The ".pypirc" is the extension? What is the exact name of the file?

Discussion

  • That's not a bug in PyPI, but probably one in distutils - you may want to report it to the Python bug tracker (bugs.python.org).

    Notice, however, that you don't *need* to register the package through distutils. You can also use the link "Package submission" in the web interface instead.

     
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  • Sanjib Ahmad
    Sanjib Ahmad
    2011-05-17

    There is a solution here:
    http://www.python-forum.org/pythonforum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=24972

    I had both 2.7 and 3.2 installed on my Windows 7 64-bit os. First running register from 2.7 and then re-running from 3.2 solved the problem for me.

    Didn't need to perform any further install/uninstall, etc.