On 07/23/2013 03:33 PM, Benjamin Root
Just checked out rc5 from git and did an install, and ran
into a pyparsing version check issue.
What was the issue? Is it that you had 2.0.1 which rc5 still
considers to be incompatible with Python 2? I'd like to know
specifically what happened in case there's a deeper issue.
Turns out I completely forgot to do a "git clean -fxd".
Doing that fixed the problem.
Interesting. I guess this would depend on what version you were on
before the switch to rc5. If 1.2.x, I'm not surprised (since
pyparsing was included in the source tree then). If master, I'm not
sure what the cause would be.
When we officially announce this, perhaps it would be
best to mention that command? In addition, it would probably
be a good idea to include this tidbit into the INSTALL?
But that only applies to users of git (in which case this is very
often an issue), and not users who download the tarball or package.
I think it makes sense to add it to the developer docs, not the