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The ensetuptools project is a replacement for setuptools that builds on top of it and adds significant features. It is based on setuptools 0.6c9 It starts from the setuptools source and adds the ensetuptools entry point as well as specific improvements. Improvements added: ------------------- * added support for removing a package * added support for post-install and pre-uninstall scripts * improved dependency resolution with easy_manage. * easy_install can now work through a proxy for both http and https urls. * setup.py develop also runs post-install scripts and --uninstall runs pre-uninstall scripts * easy_install and easy_manage now prefer final releases of distributions over dev builds. Installation: ------------- * Remove setuptools from your system. * If your are not on a Windows platform, execute the egg: ``./ensetuptools-1.0.0-py2.5.egg`` * If you are on Windows, download the installation script for ensetuptools: `ez_ensetuptools.py <http://code.enthought.com/src/ez_ensetuptools.py>`_ and then un the script at a command prompt: ``python ez_ensetuptools.py`` * Once the script completes, you will have the scripts easy_manage and easy_install installed on your system. To ensure that you are running ensetuptools's easy_install, type at the command prompt: ``easy_install --version`` This will print the ensetuptools version number. There is also an option ``-debug`` which gives various information about the install location. Remarks: -------- * While setuptools 0.6c9 still supports Python 2.3, ensetuptools only supports Python 2.4 and higher (except 3.X). Since much of the code is setuptools code old setuptools features may still work with Python 2.3, but added features may not. No attempts are being made to maintain compatibility with Python 2.3. * post-install and pre-uninstall scripts are located in the EGG-INFO folder. If a file named ``post_install.py`` is present in this folder, it is executed after the install of the actual package. Likewise, if a file named ``pre_uninstall.py`` is present in this folder, it is executed before the package is removed.