ubuntu setuptools/virtualenv trips up Grok

Bug #603144 reported by Martijn Faassen
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Bug Description

When on ubuntu you can install python-virtualenv (or python-setuptools). If you do so to create a virtualenv however, the virtualenv will *not* be isolated enough; z3c.autoinclude trips over speechd_config, and that's only installed as a system library.

This problem should be fixed in z3c.autoinclude, I think.

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Noe Nieto (tzicatl) wrote :

Seeing the same behavior on ubuntu 10.04.

I didn't used virtualenv tough (just plain buildout). The Speech Dispatcher configuration tool fires up upon starting paster:

$ bin/paster serve parts/etc/deploy.ini
Speech Dispatcher configuration tool
Do you want to setup a completely new configuration? [yes] :

What else can I do to help?

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Michael Haubenwallner (d2m) wrote :

Did you install the virtualenv with --no-site-packages option and did you 'source bin/activate' it?

Could you paste your 'bin/application_id-ctl' file for a look at your sys.path ?

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Christian Klinger (cklinger) wrote :

Fixed with the help of zc.buildout 1.5.2 in grokproject >= 2.1 you don't have to use virtualenv anymore.

Changed in grok:
status: New → Fix Released
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Christian Klinger (cklinger) wrote :

Also effects bug 669489

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