Sat Sep 6 00:00:44 CDT 2008
I have fixed lots of bugs on Windows in my branch - these are not yet
merged into trunk. You probably won't have success on Windows without
my fixes. What do you think we should do? Should I mege my stuff
into trunk and then you can merge those things into your branch and
continue testing? I am a little afraid to merge my fixes directly
into your branch (instead of trunk) as they also need to go into
On Fri, Sep 5, 2008 at 9:52 PM, Gael Varoquaux
> On Fri, Sep 05, 2008 at 09:46:13PM -0700, Brian Granger wrote:
>> > Setupegg is failing under windows because it is trying
>> > os.environ['HOME']. I wonder if the lines monkey-patching sys.path to add
>> > ~/usr/local should be in this file anyhow. It seems to me they only cover
>> > a personnal use ;).
>> Both of these things sound like bugs. Can you remove them and test on
> Done on my branch.
>> Good catch!
> Testing ++. Especially in situations that you are not familiar with,
> that's where you find the bugs.
> I am not sure I will be able to get the testing done under Vista. I have
> been fighting both with XP and Vista for a good chunk of the afternoon
> and the evening to try and get ipython installed and the tests running.
> I can't get the tests running under XP. The error is incomprehensible (
> importing IPython fails, but only in the tests), this might be due to a
> screwed up box). I would be interested in testing your branch, but I
> can't get bzr working under XP.
> Still trying for Vista, but I gave up for XP.
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