[Slackbuilds-users] python-template.SlackBuild comment/question, Re: mathics
duncan_roe at optusnet.com.au
Mon Mar 14 20:58:01 UTC 2022
On Mon, Mar 14, 2022 at 02:24:25AM -0700, David Chmelik wrote:
> Working on mathics.SlackBuild, I'm thinking does maybe maybe
> python-template.SlackBuild template need update? Seems /any/all/ (almost
> 10+) Python programs I try anymore use pip, not setuptools (haven't seen it
> for years) so shouldn't both be in template(s)? But, maybe pip isn't going
> to work right without pip2tgz...
> On 3/14/22 12:54 AM, David Chmelik wrote:
> > On 3/14/22 12:46 AM, Duncan Roe wrote:
> > > @David Chmelik: in your earlier email, you talked about mathics. I
> > > built Mathics
> > > 1.0. Now you are talking about Mathics-omnibus. As you say,
> > > Mathics-omnibus
> > > doesn't offer a source distro. pip2tgz can't build it. [...]
> > Mathics 1 SlackBuild existed since Slackware 14.2 and doesn't need
> > changes.
> > Mathics-omnibus is newer stable Mathics full installation, which is
> > what I want to update SlackBuild for, so of course I'm talking about it:
> > many SlackBuilds will be being updated, sometimes with major changes.
> I mean Slackware 14.2 is barely older than Mathics 1, from 2 October 2016,
> w/newer commits (I didn't use) since that October 4th, until late 2020's
> 1.1. Mathics 4 (though renamed still Mathics3) was mid-2021, so if anyone
> might prefer basic package, that would've been what to try. I might make
> basic and/or full installation Mathics build scripts. I want full but
> depends what others may want.
> Incidentally 'pip3tgz Mathics3-4.0.0.tar.gz' builds (but crashes, so
> I'll be talking to upstream) but I avoid unusual build methods, like seems
> poor style when discord.SlackBuild gets .deb instead of .tar.gz (though
> pip2tgz may be better than plain pip because can/does specify .tar.gz.) It
> may (or not--comments/suggestions/policies?) be best see if pip can be made
> to install to /tmp/SBo/package-mathics then do normal makepkg. W/pip2tgz
> would I put .tar.gz in mathics.info then use pip2tgz on it?
With pip2tgz, get the source archive from PyPI (may be tar.gz or zip) and
pip2tgz will make an actual package ready to install.
Cheers ... Duncan.
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