trying to install a local module with pipenv on python 3.8 that is a Flask app I don’t know where its failing and i can’t see where in the output i need to begin researching it. I can install pipenv, i can install the app dependencies. seems like a parsing error. (ssapp) [email protected]:~/ssapp$ pipenv install ..
I’m using Docker on Ubuntu 20.04 I try to upgrade pip’s setuptools. First, I upgrade the pip using: /usr/bin/pip install –upgrade pip and it’s successfully done. But the thing is when I try to run: /usr/bin/pip install –upgrade setuptools it returns the error: Command python setup.py egg_info failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-build-JoWuTW/setuptools Storing ..
I’m trying to build docker contianer in order to deploy my Dash application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. My project includes the package dash-1.19.0. While building, I keep receiving the following error: error in dash setup command: ‘extras_require’ must be a dictionary whose values are strings or lists of strings containing valid project/version requirement specifiers. Complete ..
I searched a lot to get an answer to below problem and tried to fix the issue but didn’t get success. It will be a great help from your reply. Below is the instructions in "Dockerfile", FROM alpine:latest MAINTAINER Basavaraj RUN apk add –no-cache python3 py3-pip && pip3 install –upgrade pip WORKDIR /api-auto COPY . ..
I am trying to rewrite my Python Docker build to a multistage build. I have been mimicking this guide in order to do so. Here is my Dockerfile: FROM python:3.8-slim AS compile RUN apt-get upgrade && apt-get update RUN apt-get install -y –no-install-recommends build-essential gcc RUN python -m venv /opt/venv ENV PATH=’/opt/venv/bin:$PATH’ COPY requirements.txt . ..
I have 2 projects in Python- Framework (Python package) App (Flask app) The Framework project has a setup.py script using setuptools and I am importing the framework modules in the App project. I installed the Framework package locally on my machine and app is able to find my framework package. I am now trying to ..
When I try to build a Docker image in Jenkins that includes installing my setuptools-enabled Python package, it stalls and then eventually fails when running setup.py install. It doesn’t give any usefully explanatory error message. Step 14/29 : COPY ipxecgi /tmp/ipxecgi —> Using cache —> 2f92d493b2df Step 15/29 : RUN /tmp/ipxecgi/setup.py install —> Running in ..