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Go looks for packages in wrong directory


Go looks for packages in wrong directory

By : icphotons25
Date : November 22 2020, 10:33 AM
it should still fix some issue Check your %PATH%: I have multiple go versions installed and I see:
fmt in %GOROOT%(1.3)\src\pkg: C:\prgs\go\go1.3.2.windows-amd64\src\pkg\fmt\ fmt in %GOROOT%(1.4)\src: C:\prgs\go\go1.4.windows-amd64\src\fmt\
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BPLs of packages go to wrong package output directory

BPLs of packages go to wrong package output directory


By : Abdurrahman Ismajli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need What is probably happening is that your dependent package is being implicitly built as a result of the another package. When that happens, the outer-most package's compiler options are what get used for all packages being built. What you can do is switch to always building your packages explicitly by setting the{$IMPLICITBUILD OFF} directive in each package dpk file. As long as you explicitly build all the packages from the top of the dependency tree down, you should never encounter an error or have the packages put into the wrong location.
Creating a secondary site-packages directory (and loading packages from .pth files therein)

Creating a secondary site-packages directory (and loading packages from .pth files therein)


By : Kyle Lawson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Take a look at the site module. It provides the function addsitedir which should do what you want.
The easiest way to use this would be to create a file named sitecustomize.py or usercustomize.py and place it in a current PYTHONPATH directory (or any directory that ends up on sys.path) with the following contents:
code :
import site
site.addsitedir('/usr/local/lib/python2.7')
package is installed via pip in wrong (src) directory instead of site packages

package is installed via pip in wrong (src) directory instead of site packages


By : fleo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The -e option tells pip to install packages in “editable” mode. If you remove the -e option, pip will install the package into /lib/Python_version/site-packages. Don't forget to remove the packages inside /src, because python looks for the packages inside /src first.
pip supports installing from Git, Mercurial, Subversion and Bazaar, and detects the type of VCS using url prefixes: “git+”, “hg+”, “bzr+”, “svn+”.
code :
$ pip install -e git+https://git.repo/some_pkg.git#egg=SomePackage          # from git
$ pip install -e hg+https://hg.repo/some_pkg.git#egg=SomePackage            # from mercurial
$ pip install -e svn+svn://svn.repo/some_pkg/trunk/#egg=SomePackage         # from svn
$ pip install -e git+https://git.repo/some_pkg.git@feature#egg=SomePackage  # from 'feature' branch
Global Node Packages Installed to Wrong Directory

Global Node Packages Installed to Wrong Directory


By : Caleb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help After a little digging, I found that my npm prefix variable was pointing do the wrong directory, left behind by the old Node installation. I ran npm config get prefix to see where it was pointing.
I set the new prefix value using npm config set prefix /usr/local. Homebrew is symlinked with this directory via /usr/local/bin. I uninstalled hexo-cli and reinstalled through npm, and now it works perfectly.
Pip installs packages in the wrong directory with virtualenv

Pip installs packages in the wrong directory with virtualenv


By : user2402235
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help With Python 3.7 on OS X I set up a virtual environment then , To answer my own question.
There was an invisible
code :
~/.config/pip/pip.conf 
[global]
target = /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages
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