Package Details: python-maybe 0.3.0-1

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Package Base: python-maybe
Description: See what a program does before deciding whether you really want it to happen.
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Keywords: python
Licenses: GPLv3
Submitter: kpj
Maintainer: kpj
Last Packager: kpj
Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.000006
First Submitted: 2016-02-06 18:58
Last Updated: 2017-10-20 16:00

Latest Comments

liara commented on 2016-02-06 22:18

It works for me now.

kpj commented on 2016-02-06 21:55

True, if I install it using `pip install maybe` into a virtual env, I get the executable as well.
However, I don't get the executable when installing it via `pip install --target='new_root' maybe`. So for some reason, the `--target` option makes it omit the executable.

I now changed the way I pull the source from pip and it seems to work.

ammonaur commented on 2016-02-06 21:07

When I install via pip, I get a /usr/bin/maybe that looks like this:

You didn't get this file in the manual install? When installed the package using
"python install --prefix=/usr --root='/tmp/_maybe' --optimize=1", I got the following file output:

kpj commented on 2016-02-06 20:58

Thanks for your comment, I added the missing dependency.

Regarding the executable, I am not sure how to handle that.
The `` file simply says
"console_scripts": [
"maybe = maybe.maybe:main",
and a manual install only gives
├── maybe
│   ├──
│   ├──
│   ├── __pycache__
│   │   ├── __init__.cpython-35.pyc
│   │   ├── maybe.cpython-35.pyc
│   │   ├── syscall_filters.cpython-35.pyc
│   │   └── utilities.cpython-35.pyc
│   ├──
│   └──
└── maybe-0.2.1-py3.5.egg-info
├── dependency_links.txt
├── entry_points.txt
├── installed-files.txt
├── requires.txt
├── SOURCES.txt
└── top_level.txt
I could of course manually write an executable and place it in `/usr/bin`, but that does not seem like a good idea, does it?

ammonaur commented on 2016-02-06 20:47

This package should depend on python-ptrace [AUR] and should install an executable in /usr/bin.

In order to install the executable, I think should be used instead of pip, like is done in the python-ptrace package: