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When moving from Debian Jesse to Stretch, the newer version of pip gets picked up, and ends up breaking our docker build. Our requirements. I'm closing in favour of this issue. Switching to simple resolved the --extra-index-url for me with pip 9.
SiegristJ - you can see the contents of our requirements. If you'll look at the original exception that sc68cal posted, you can see that it use version 2.python urllib2 module
It seems like the bug is actually in the requests package, and is already fixed, BUT : Installing pip using apt-get install python-pip on ubuntu and debian is very common, and it brings in the wrong requests dependency. Even upgrading requests using pip install --upgrade requests doesn't work, as pip installed using apt-get only uses requests that comes with it. I think, that even though, as stated above, the bug is not in pip, but in requests, it is worth patching it here as well for the benefit of everyone using pip from apt-get.
If this is fixed in a newer version of requests, we'll pick that up when we re-vendor that version. I note that at the moment we are vendoring requests 2.
We don't use the system-installed version of requests, so upgrading that won't have any effect by design. I think re-vendoring requests with the next version of pip should work. To fix python-pip their version of requests will need to be fixed and then python-pip will need rebuilt. I've ran into this issue, and as I've seen it's because the exception type in index.
HTTPError" error is thrown, but "requests. HTTPError" is catched, and they are of course different. HTTPError solves the issue. Or at least I think this is the same bug as originally reported in this thread, otherwise I'm sorry, and will open a different one. Hey guys, has this ever been fixed?GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. Description I am trying to install packages I have downloaded to my local machine and so far keep getting errors because it seems to keep looking for the package in the wrong place. Where the --index-url is a directory containing multiple directories with different python packages I am working to install and -extra-index-url points to the main python pip distribution so any dependencies on the module to be installed can be resolved from the standard distribution URL.
My goal is to have it search the local directory first and the main directory second. Here's the relevant output from this command: Collecting nsx-python-sdk 2 location s to search for versions of nsx-python-sdk:. What seems to be happening is it seems to find the library in the local environment, but it it still trying to download the file from the pypi. So, the command fails.
How to Reproduce The error message happens every time I run the above command and also happens when I try to install other locally available packages using the same approach.
It is checked because you supplied it explicitly. Maybe you only pasted stdout but stderr is also needed.
Here's the error messages for another try. I should note this seems specific to the recent Ubuntu The errors indicate an http error - which in strict fact is accurate - the library is not on the general web site - so the question is why pip is not accepting the local copy which it did find as good enough. Error messages: Could not install packages due to an EnvironmentError.
I am trying this again under Ubuntu Can you also show the output stdout and stderr for one of the versions where it does work? What version of pip is that? I agree this seems like a bug. Attached is a verbose output file from a successful install under Ubuntu To give a more full context - I am working to follow install instructions and associated files and requirements. So far I have been able to successfully follow the instructions with no problems or modifications on 3 different systems - Ubuntu Every time I try it on Ubuntu In the attached sample output of a successful run, you can see it also receives the from PyPy, but it ignores that, pulls the files from the local disk and continues to a successful install.
Okay, so I think this might be an instance of the issue fixed by PRwhich is a vendoring issue. Lines to in aa I think this was fixed in pip To be clear, you shouldn't need Skip to content.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub?
Sign in to your account. It is completely unclear why pip attempts http instead of https if an extra url is configured. Hi jkpubsrc! You can't access this server as it is a local server. I guess you can reproduce it with every http configuration. It was clearly reproducible yesterday on two machines with a completely fresh system installation. I have this same issue. If I provide an --extra-index-url or try to specify the index-url on the command line, that is if I try to change one of the index-url whether in pip.
I have been at this for 2 days know, and I am sure there is a bug here somewhere, but I am unable to find it. I have narrowed down this problem to python3. Could you tell me? I looked at issue mentioned above and found that adding the correct fallback url solved my problem. Pip should probably try it's main index-url or fallback-url if ythe extra-index-url doesn't work. Same issue here on both, python2.
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In my case it happens when I'm trying to install packages from my private repository that have dependencies in packages from official repository I have a feeling that this might be due to Debian or Ubuntu unbundling of pip's own dependencies, which pip actually carries around with itself. If anyone is able to reproduce on a non-Debian-derived distribution, that would go a long way towards confirming that there's an actual pip issue here. Not working on debian because it seems to use a self-contains requests package I updated the local requests package as suggested by vikt0rs before executing pip install :.
I was of an impression that it is the client pip that you have to somehow set up to fallback to specific URL but it is actually the pypi server that you have to "fiddle" with.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. Seems Google changed something. Will have to look at it. Hopefully we can recover from this one. Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub 32 comment.
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Thanks so much for finding this! Will made and test the change shortly. Does google keep this link changing? Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub. Thanks arsaniousignalex and everyone for reporting and especially finding the solution so quickly. Releasing a new version with the fix.
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I want to know how to test for that. The object type is still the same. When I do r. Look at the r. If you want requests to raise an exception for error codes 4xx or 5xxcall r. Learn more. Requests — how to tell if you're getting a Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 1 month ago. Active 1 month ago. Viewed k times. Manish Gupta 3, 5 5 gold badges 42 42 silver badges 73 73 bronze badges.
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Look at the documentation: docs. Active Oldest Votes. Well damn that's annoying. I wish there was a way to get requests. AsfandQazi: why would you want to raise an exception for a 1xx or 3xx status code? Those are not error conditions. I was talking specifically about 4xx errors. Of course sometimes you may want to read a 4xx response so we shouldn't impose it on everyone, but I wish there was a flag you could pass to. AsfandQazi: it's trivial to write your own wrapper function if that's important to you.
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