[Numpy-discussion] numpy install script changes permissions?

Chris Colbert sccolbert@gmail....
Fri Sep 25 10:59:33 CDT 2009


for numpy and scipy, only the tests have executable permissions. It's
as if the tests were specifically targeted and had their permissions
changed.

And these are the only two python packages i've built from source and
installed in this manner, other i've gotten via easy_install, or in
the case of the enthought tool suite, I have as an svn install in my
home folder. The ETS install doesnt have these problems, but many of
the easy_installed packages are marked as executable, though they
could have come that way from the source....

Chris

On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 10:37 AM, Mark Sienkiewicz <sienkiew@stsci.edu> wrote:
>
>> In the source build folder, all numpy test scripts have the correct
>> permissions and are not marked as executable,
>>
>> but in the install directory
>> (/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/numpy/), the test test scripts
>> have completely different permissions, and are all marked as
>> executable. Thus, nose wont run the tests.
>>
>
> It works ok for me with python 2.5.1 on a mac and python 2.6.1 on
> linux.  That doesn't help you, but it may be a clue at some point.
>
> Is it only the test scripts that are executable, or is it everything
> that gets installed?
>
> Does it affect packages other than numpy / scipy?  If so, we can suspect
> distutils and/or ubuntu, rather than numpy.
>
> Mark S.
>
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