[TIP] Initial ‘tox’ invocation fails: “AssertionError: Multiple .dist-info directories”
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Wed Mar 23 01:13:49 PDT 2016
Marius Gedminas <marius at gedmin.as> writes:
> Are you sure it's a tox problem?
I have no idea; ‘tox‛ is the only program complaining so far.
> What happens if you try to create the python3.5 virtualenv directly,
> outside tox?
What specific command should I use to test that?
> I seem to remember that virtualenv had to be updated to work with
> Python 3.5, even if I don't remember seeing this particular error
> before. What version of virtualenv do you have?
$ aptitude show $(dpkg --search $(which virtualenv) | cut -d':' -f 1) | grep '^Version:'
> Can you try to upgrade virtualenv (perhaps with pip install --user
> virtualenv, plus whatever -U/-I options required to convince pip to
> get a new version without touching existing versions in
> /usr/lib/python*) and see if that fixes your problem?
I'm keen to diagnose the packages as they exist on the operating system,
and not install from outside the package manager.
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