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From DeWayne Filppi <dewa...@gigaspaces.com>
Subject Re: aria install from source error
Date Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:04:38 GMT
True, but it does call out an Ubuntu installation, which also doesn't work
(on 14.04), and made me attempt Centos.  I'll try the setuptools update.

DeWayne

On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 2:34 PM, Ran Ziv <ran@gigaspaces.com> wrote:

> Hi DeWayne,
>
> The readme doesn't specify anything about a centos installation by the way
> - there should definitely be some system dependencies that might be
> required, so if you run into those please let us know so we'll update the
> readme accordingly.
>
> Your specific error, however, is caused by an old version of setuptools.
> please run this:
>
> pip install -U setuptools
>
> (possibly upgrading pip itself beforehand)
> and then try again.
>
>
> Re attempting to install aria from pypi, it's not on there yet, so that
> wouldn't work right now. The readme is ahead of its time in that regard.
>
>
> Ran
>
>
> On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 11:08 PM, DeWayne Filppi <dewayne@gigaspaces.com>
> wrote:
>
> > When installing Aria per instructions on centos 7 from source (e.g. pip
> > install .), I get :
> >
> > Unpacking /home/vagrant/incubator-ariatosca
> >   Running setup.py egg_info for package from file:///home/vagrant/
> > incubator-ariatosca
> >     Traceback (most recent call last):
> >       File "<string>", line 16, in <module>
> >       File "/tmp/pip-bnCofl-build/setup.py", line 134, in <module>
> >         packages=find_packages(include=['aria*']) +
> >     TypeError: find_packages() got an unexpected keyword argument
> 'include'
> >     Complete output from command python setup.py egg_info:
> >     Traceback (most recent call last):
> >
> >   File "<string>", line 16, in <module>
> >
> >   File "/tmp/pip-bnCofl-build/setup.py", line 134, in <module>
> >
> >     packages=find_packages(include=['aria*']) +
> >
> > TypeError: find_packages() got an unexpected keyword argument 'include'
> >
> > Is this familiar?
> >
> > Also note that I installed pip via bootstrap.pypa and running "pip
> install
> > aria" yields a "not found" error.
> >
> > DeWayne
> >
>



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