stash pip updated to handle dependencies and more
ywangd last edited by ywangd
I have largely re-written the
pipcommand. The new features are:
Automatically install dependencies recursively. My favorite test case is
pip install boto3.
Install from github repo, e.g.
pip install selectel/pyte. Note that the hosted code must conform to standard Python package structure.
Install from an URL pointing to an archive file or a local archive file, e.g.
pip install https://github.com/selectel/pyte/archive/master.zip. Again the code must conform to Python package structure.
The changes are available in the latest StaSh and can be retrieved running
selfupdate(for Pythonista 3, use
Please let me know if you run into any issues.
practically works for me. Not sure if its just me but I just updated to stash version 0.6.6 and seem to get an error when installing boto3
based on botocore it depends on
When installing boto3 that in turn looks for botocore and its dependencies, i get the error:
Installing dependency: dateutil[('>=', '2.1'), ('<', '3.0.0')] Querying PyPI ... Error: No matches found: dateutil
[~/Documents]$ version StaSh v0.6.6 Pythonista 2.0 (200003) iOS 9.3.1 (64-bit iPhone7,1) root: ~/Documents/site-packages/stash stash.py: 2016-04-11 21:24:49 SELFUPDATE_BRANCH: master BIN_PATH: ~/Documents/bin ~/Documents/site-packages/stash/bin [~/Documents]$ pip install boto3 Querying PyPI ... Downloading package ... Opening: https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/b/boto3/boto3-1.3.0.tar.gz Save as: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/CFAF9225-3194-4889-BDF9-E0AF370BFDC5/tmp/boto3-1.3.0.tar.gz (79996 bytes) 79996 [100.00%] Extracting archive file ... Archive extracted. Running setup file ... Package installed: boto3 Installing dependency: botocore[('>=', '1.4.1'), ('<', '1.5.0')] Querying PyPI ... Downloading package ... Opening: https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/b/botocore/botocore-1.4.11.tar.gz Save as: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/CFAF9225-3194-4889-BDF9-E0AF370BFDC5/tmp/botocore-1.4.11.tar.gz (2455881 bytes) 2455881 [100.00%] Extracting archive file ... Archive extracted. Running setup file ... Package installed: botocore Installing dependency: jmespath[('>=', '0.7.1'), ('<', '1.0.0')] Querying PyPI ... Downloading package ... Opening: https://pypi.python.org/packages/source/j/jmespath/jmespath-0.9.0.tar.gz Save as: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Data/Application/CFAF9225-3194-4889-BDF9-E0AF370BFDC5/tmp/jmespath-0.9.0.tar.gz (20855 bytes) 20855 [100.00%] Extracting archive file ... Archive extracted. Running setup file ... Package installed: jmespath Installing dependency: dateutil[('>=', '2.1'), ('<', '3.0.0')] Querying PyPI ... Error: No matches found: dateutil
JonB last edited by
sigh! there are a few edge cases in the pep, and this is one of them..
JonB last edited by
replace the parsed= line (1022 in pip.py) with
package_name = '^([a-z0-9]|[a-z0-9][a-z0-9._-]*[a-z0-9])' parsed = re.findall(package_name+version_one,requirement)
I will submit a pull request here soon.
Phuket2 last edited by
Not sure it's been mentioned before or not. But when in stash, if you use the auto correct/suggestion on the keyboard (I am only using apple keyboard) it goes horribly wrong.
@JonB Thanks!! I applied the change locally and it installed boto3 all the way through.
Thanks @JonB for fixing this issue. I have also merged the pull request to the master branch. It can be retrieved with
@Phuket2 You are right. The QuickType indeed causes chaos to the terminal. I always hide the QuickType bar. So I wasn't aware of this issue. After looking into it briefly, it does NOT seem possible to fix it. I guess you'll just have to hide it (swipe down on the bar).
I tried to disable it programmatically but 2.0 app store version crashes on following method
It does work in both of the Betas. I'll have it added when a new official version is out.
omz last edited by
@ywangd You can work around the crash in 2.0 like this:
@omz That did the trick! Thanks!
the quick responses are really appreciated!
Phuket2 last edited by Phuket2
@ywangd, no problems I understand. The main reason to bring it up is mainly a support issue. I have used the autocorrect buttons a few times. And something fails, like selfupdate. But it didn't really fail, just got some strange input. Easy to jump to the conclusion that stash is not working.
Edit-Great to see @omz gave a way forward