Package Details: pyosmium-git 3.1.3.r4.g78b09cf-1

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Package Base: pyosmium-git
Description: Python bindings for libosmium
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Keywords: openstreetmap osm osmium
Licenses: custom
Conflicts: pyosmium
Provides: pyosmium
Submitter: gileri
Maintainer: gileri
Last Packager: gileri
Votes: 1
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2016-02-14 21:38 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2021-03-08 23:03 (UTC)

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gileri commented on 2020-05-04 08:28 (UTC)

chis64 : Sorry for the delay. Do you still have issues with the pacakge ? With a freshly built package and boost 1.72 I can 'import osmium' without errors.

chris64 commented on 2017-07-20 13:06 (UTC)

I'm having issues with Boost 1.64 and I've already grepped the directories for hard coded versions but could not find relevant ones (despite `appveyor.yml`). Do have an idea what could be wrong here? `ImportError: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory`

gileri commented on 2017-02-25 09:26 (UTC)

Fixed in 2e42570ebecc116b05f281801d1c7e82953e3d7a

marco44 commented on 2017-02-14 15:37 (UTC) (edited on 2017-02-14 15:38 (UTC) by marco44)

Hi, I have this error during the package ==> Starting package()... Using global libosmium. running install Checking .pth file support in /tmp/yaourt-tmp-marc/aur-pyosmium-git/pkg/pyosmium-git/usr//lib/python3.6/site-packages/ /usr/bin/python -E -c pass TEST FAILED: /tmp/yaourt-tmp-marc/aur-pyosmium-git/pkg/pyosmium-git/usr//lib/python3.6/site-packages/ does NOT support .pth files error: bad install directory or PYTHONPATH You are attempting to install a package to a directory that is not on PYTHONPATH and which Python does not read ".pth" files from. The installation directory you specified (via --install-dir, --prefix, or the distutils default setting) was: /tmp/yaourt-tmp-marc/aur-pyosmium-git/pkg/pyosmium-git/usr//lib/python3.6/site-packages/ and your PYTHONPATH environment variable currently contains: '' Here are some of your options for correcting the problem: * You can choose a different installation directory, i.e., one that is on PYTHONPATH or supports .pth files * You can add the installation directory to the PYTHONPATH environment variable. (It must then also be on PYTHONPATH whenever you run Python and want to use the package(s) you are installing.) * You can set up the installation directory to support ".pth" files by using one of the approaches described here: Please make the appropriate changes for your system and try again.