python-elementary missing (also concerning opkg.org)
morphis at gravedo.de
Sat Jan 10 13:30:29 CET 2009
On 10.01.2009 11:02, Risto H. Kurppa wrote:
> I tried to install osmupdater from opkg.org (
> Trying to run it, I get:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/bin/osmupdater.py", line 2, in
> import elementary, os,time, sys
> ImportError: No module named elementary
> ok, so python-elementary is missing.
> I tried to look for it in the repositories and this is the only place
> I was able to find it:
> http://shr.bearstech.com/shr-testing/ipk/armv4t/ - in the SHR
> 1) Why is it missing from the openmoko repositories? It looks like
> that it's been there before (for example this tries to install it from
> the repositories: http://www.opkg.org/package_94.html so I take it's
> worked at some stage..)
> 2) is it safe to install the SHR python-elementary
> 3) is it OK to upload programs to opkg.org that require packages like
> this that are not easily available?
python-elementary is currently available through normal openembedded. If
you are on a distribution made by openmoko, you currently will not have
python-elementary, because actually they don´t merge there branch with
the master branch of openembedded.
I think opkg.org is missing a flag to show for which distribution the
package was made. Only pointing on the dependency on shr.bearstech.com
isn't a solution.
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