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./bin/buildout dies out here:
copying build/scripts-2.7/cygdb -> /opt/zato/1.1/bin
copying build/scripts-2.7/cython -> /opt/zato/1.1/bin
changing mode of /opt/zato/1.1/bin/cygdb to 755
changing mode of /opt/zato/1.1/bin/cython to 755
*Installing gevent_zeromq_patched-src.Cloning into
’/opt/zato/1.1/parts/gevent_zeromq_patched-src’…fatal: unable to connect
to github.com http://github.com:github.com http://github.com[0:
184.108.40.206]: errno=Connection timed out While: Installing
gevent_zeromq_patched-src.Error: Couldn’t clone
/opt/zato/1.1/parts/gevent_zeromq_patched-src user@zatoTest:/opt/zato/1.1$ *
Will try again later and post progress/additional questions. Timeout might
be a network issue here at work.
Thanx for the help.
On Tue, Jul 8, 2014 at 10:48 AM, Dariusz Suchojad email@example.com wrote:
On 07/08/2014 09:51 AM, Baad Sequel wrote:
ImportError: No module named pyodbc
Now, pyodbc works great in any other non-zato python script I write.
Zato’s dependencies are in 99% isolated from the underlying OS. The only
ones that it shares with your OS are scipy and numpy.
Hence pyodbc may be available in your default Python’s installation but,
given that it’s not bundled with Zato, you can’t make use of it unless
you install it additionally.
The steps are below, assuming Zato binaries are in /opt/zato/1.1/
Add the version of pyodbc you’d like to make use of
Close the file
Add pyodbc to zato.eggs stanza
Close the file
Stop and start the environment again
This will download and install pyodbc for you under /opt/zato/1.1/eggs
and make it available on PYTHONPATH for your services to import it.
I’m not sure if pyodbc has any dependencies - if there are any they will
have to be added to versions.cfg and buildout.cfg as well.
Please post a message if this helps or perhaps you need assistance.
thanks a lot,
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