clearsilver module is not available for python 2.6

Bug #386970 reported by Lars Kruse
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clearsilver (Ubuntu)
Fix Released

Bug Description

when I try to use the python clearsilver module with the default python version (2.6) of jaunty, I receive the following error:
 root@cnas-ubuntu:~# python -c "import neo_cgi, neo_util, neo_cs"

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: No module named neo_cgi

doing the same for python2.5 works as expected (without error messages):
 root@cnas-ubuntu:~# python2.5 -c "import neo_cgi, neo_util, neo_cs"

The file listing of the python clearsilver package shows, that only files for python2.4 and python2.5 are installed:
 root@cnas-ubuntu:~# dpkg -L python-clearsilver


I guess, the package needs to be rebuild to include python2.6 files as well.


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Bb7 (harrelson) wrote :

I am getting desperate for this to be fixed. Could I pay someone to prioritize the work?

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Brandon (blong-fiction) wrote :

Upstream version (0.10.5) supports python 2.6, but it won't auto-detect it with ./configure. You can use ./configure --with-python=/usr/bin/python2.6 and it should compile and work. Alternatively, you can just add 2.6 to the list of versions in and re-generate the configure script.

Newer version of clearsilver upstream should be available in a couple weeks that will auto-detect 2.6 correctly.

Really desperate, you should be able to download the 0.10.5 source from and compile it with ./configure --with-python /usr/bin/python2.6

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Fabrice Coutadeur (fabricesp) wrote :

Fixed in Karmic, with version 0.10.4-1.3ubuntu1

Changed in clearsilver (Ubuntu):
status: New → Fix Released
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