[Cubicweb] problem with easy_install cubicweb (winXP, python2.7)

Elim Qiu elim.qiu at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 16:09:36 CET 2012


Thank you all for the help. I have an XP/Snow Leopard dual boot dev laptop,
I'll installing linux in a couple of days. I'll still work on XP and hope
to get the dependency straight and document it.

ipython is working on my XP, it's colored out put is very helpful.


On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 2:35 AM, Aurélien Campéas <
aurelien.campeas at logilab.fr> wrote:

> Le 17/03/2012 16:42, Elim Qiu a écrit :
>
>> I guess I need to go back to linux. I liked ubuntu when it's at 7, 8;
>>
>> still have 10, but not the current. Haven't touched debian since its 5.
>> Is CentOS fine with cubicweb?
>>
>
> Any system is fine with cubicweb, including windows or OS X. The problem
> with non-debian systems is that we cannot always help you with the
> dependencies or packaging issues.
>
> Of course the windows console won't have colored logs (very convenient)
> unless you use a cygwin terminal. There are countless other reasons why
> going with debian/ubuntu is a better choice (better than OS X or centos/rh,
> indeed, which AFAIK have a small set of supported packages).
>
> It's not just a "we prefer linux" thing.
>
> >-----------------------------**------------------------------**
> -----------<
> However, whatever the system, if you plan to develop with cubicweb, you
> should take the "install from source" path because that's really what's
> convenient to do development.
> >-----------------------------**------------------------------**
> -----------<
>
> Packaging becomes of interest only in some shipping-to-customers scenarios
> (it is a standard practice in many places).
>
> Regards,
> Aurélien.
>
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