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from distutils.core import setup
from distutils.command.install_data import install_data
from distutils.command.install import INSTALL_SCHEMES
from distutils.sysconfig import get_python_lib
import os
import sys
# Warn if we are installing over top of an existing installation. This can
# cause issues where files that were deleted from a more recent Django are
# still present in site-packages. See #18115.
overlay_warning = False
if "install" in sys.argv:
# We have to try also with an explicit prefix of /usr/local in order to
# catch Debian's custom user site-packages directory.
for lib_path in get_python_lib(), get_python_lib(prefix="/usr/local"):
existing_path = os.path.abspath(os.path.join(lib_path, "django"))
if os.path.exists(existing_path):
# We note the need for the warning here, but present it after the
# command is run, so it's more likely to be seen.
overlay_warning = True
class osx_install_data(install_data):
# On MacOS, the platform-specific lib dir is /System/Library/Framework/Python/.../
# which is wrong. Python 2.5 supplied with MacOS 10.5 has an Apple-specific fix
# for this in distutils.command.install_data#306. It fixes install_lib but not
# install_data, which is why we roll our own install_data class.
def finalize_options(self):
# By the time finalize_options is called, install.install_lib is set to the
# fixed directory, so we set the installdir to install_lib. The
# install_data class uses ('install_data', 'install_dir') instead.
self.set_undefined_options('install', ('install_lib', 'install_dir'))
if sys.platform == "darwin":
cmdclasses = {'install_data': osx_install_data}
cmdclasses = {'install_data': install_data}
def fullsplit(path, result=None):
Split a pathname into components (the opposite of os.path.join) in a
platform-neutral way.
if result is None:
result = []
head, tail = os.path.split(path)
if head == '':
return [tail] + result
if head == path:
return result
return fullsplit(head, [tail] + result)
# Tell distutils not to put the data_files in platform-specific installation
# locations. See here for an explanation:
for scheme in INSTALL_SCHEMES.values():
scheme['data'] = scheme['purelib']
# Compile the list of packages available, because distutils doesn't have
# an easy way to do this.
packages, data_files = [], []
root_dir = os.path.dirname(__file__)
if root_dir != '':
django_dir = 'django'
for dirpath, dirnames, filenames in os.walk(django_dir):
# Ignore dirnames that start with '.'
for i, dirname in enumerate(dirnames):
if dirname.startswith('.'): del dirnames[i]
if '' in filenames:
elif filenames:
data_files.append([dirpath, [os.path.join(dirpath, f) for f in filenames]])
# Small hack for working with bdist_wininst.
# See
if len(sys.argv) > 1 and sys.argv[1] == 'bdist_wininst':
for file_info in data_files:
file_info[0] = '\\PURELIB\\%s' % file_info[0]
# Dynamically calculate the version based on django.VERSION.
version = __import__('django').get_version()
name = "Django",
version = version,
url = '',
author = 'Django Software Foundation',
author_email = '',
description = 'A high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.',
download_url = '',
packages = packages,
cmdclass = cmdclasses,
data_files = data_files,
scripts = ['django/bin/'],
classifiers = [
'Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable',
'Environment :: Web Environment',
'Framework :: Django',
'Intended Audience :: Developers',
'License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License',
'Operating System :: OS Independent',
'Programming Language :: Python',
'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6',
'Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7',
'Topic :: Internet :: WWW/HTTP',
'Topic :: Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: Dynamic Content',
'Topic :: Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: WSGI',
'Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries :: Application Frameworks',
'Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries :: Python Modules',
if overlay_warning:
You have just installed Django over top of an existing
installation, without removing it first. Because of this,
your install may now include extraneous files from a
previous version that have since been removed from
Django. This is known to cause a variety of problems. You
should manually remove the
directory and re-install Django.
""" % { "existing_path": existing_path })