[opensource-dev] Hacking up to Visual Studio 2010 ...

Thickbrick Sleaford thickbrick.sleaford at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 06:45:00 PST 2011


On Friday 18 February 2011 15:50:11 Twisted Laws wrote:
> When I try running autobuild on Linux (Ubuntu) using this autobuild and
> viewer-autobuild2010, it immediately fails with a pathcheck error looking
> for boto.  Looking at common.py (in
> /usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/autobuild/common.py) I see that the
> pathcheck lines in there contain "lib/python2.5/...".  So I'm assuming
> that this doesn't work with Python 2.6 ??
> 

I had a similar problem after I installed the autobuild package system-wide 
with the setup.py that came with it (./setup.py build && sudo ./setup.py 
install). It turns out it does not work when installed system wide. As far as 
I could tell, the python version in the pre-packaged files' path don't matter.

Also, it seems prone to leaving bad files /var/tmp/$USER/install.cache/ when 
bailing due to exceptions, and barfing when encountering those files on 
subsequent runs.

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Thickbrick


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