[PySide] PySide 1.1.1 Windows builds

Roman Lacko backup.rlacko at gmail.com
Thu May 31 21:20:57 CEST 2012

2012/5/31, Alex Grönholm <alex.gronholm at nextday.fi>:
> 31.05.2012 16:05, Roman Lacko kirjoitti:
>> Hi,
>> 2012/5/31 anatoly techtonik<techtonik at gmail.com>:
>>> On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 3:05 PM, Alex Grönholm<alex.gronholm at nextday.fi>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Please tell me -- what is the problem with uploading them to PyPI
>>>> itself?? It seems to me that hasn't even been considered here!
>>> In addition PyPI hosts a public download counter. Still I wonder how
>>> pythonpackages managed to count downloads -
>>> http://pythonpackages.com/package/pyside?tab=downloaded
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>> PySide is registerd on PyPI with customized download url, packages are
>> not downloaded directly from PyPI server but from that customized url
>> [1].
> I know how it works. In my opinion, PyPI should hide any packages that
> don't offer direct downloads from PyPI itself.
> Why is this even being discussed instead of just uploading said packages
> to PyPI? It should be a standard part of the release procedure.
> PyPI has a fair number of mirrors you can use if the primary one is
> down. However, if an external website goes down and no files are hosted
> in PyPI, you're SOL.

Well, If You know how it works then You should know about 20Mb upload
limit to PyPI!

>> That is way You dont see any files on PyPI directly.
>> Setuptools/PIP handles this download urls transparently for You when
>> installing via [easy_install PySide].
>> If You have problems installing PySide on Windows via easy_install
>> just let me know.
>> Regards
>> Roman
>> [1] http://releases.qt-project.org/pyside/1.1.1/
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