Ian Bicking schrieb:
> It's a little tricky, because if you remove site.py then scripts won't
> be self-activating (you have to explicitly activate the workingenv) and
> you'll always get site-packages. Resolving this problem of site.py has
> been very difficult for me, though.
thanks for your answer.
would it be enough to temporarily remove site.py and move it back after
or does the position/content of site.py influence easy_installs
behaviour (I have only a cursory idea about site.py's function)?
> robert rottermann wrote:
>> Hi Ian,
>> after creating a python environment with workingenv I get the following
>> error when easy_install is used:
>> (twisted)chrissy:~/twisted # easy_install twisted
>> error: /root/twisted/lib/python2.4/site.py is not a setuptools-generated
>> site.py; please remove it.
>> after removing site.py things work nicely.
>> thanks a lot for a great product.