pip install doesn't install latest version

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Jim Adler
2013-03-13
2013-03-19
  • Jim Adler

    Jim Adler - 2013-03-13

    pip install pydoop attempts to install version 0.7.0 instead of 0.8.1. I'm running Mac OSX.

     
    Last edit: Jim Adler 2013-03-14
  • Simone Leo

    Simone Leo - 2013-03-14

    Hello,

    pip queries PyPI for software versions, but the actual code for Pydoop is stored on Sourceforge. Currently we don't know why PyPI is picking the wrong tarball. We'll post something here when we find out what's causing the problem.

    Thanks for your feedback,

    Simone

     
  • Simone Leo

    Simone Leo - 2013-03-14

    Anyway, on OS X you should install Pydoop via Homebrew. The formula is not in the official Python tap yet, but you can download it from our fork:

    https://github.com/simleo/homebrew-python/blob/master/pydoop.rb

    Simone

     
    • Jim Adler

      Jim Adler - 2013-03-14

      Actually I have it working on OS X. I need it on pip because pydoop is part of larger python project.

       
  • Simone Leo

    Simone Leo - 2013-03-19

    Hello again,

    To make things simpler, I've uploaded the tarball to PyPI as well. Everything seems to work fine now. Note that we have a new 0.9.0 release out.

    Simone

     

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