Updating 0.2.19 on PyPI #433

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TheNorthEestern opened this Issue Feb 27, 2014 · 9 comments

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It seems like the latest version of Lettuce is available on PyPI, but was apparently last updated on August 26th 2013. Are there any plans to update Lettuce on PyPI?

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Yes. I think most likely after the refactored version gets to a stable version and is merged into the master branch.

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@adaschevici @danni, I'll release on pypi as soon as you tell me to :)

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danni commented Mar 19, 2014

Could release master as 0.2.19 prior to the refactoring being 0.3.0.

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I'll release on pypi as soon as you tell me to :)


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@danni @gabrielfalcao 👍 on releasing 0.2.19
The current refactoring is huge and tests are failing in large portions. I have been working on them but i am stuck on a problem in the behave_as functionality.

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danni commented Mar 19, 2014

Yeah, I need to go through and fix up the failing tests in the refactor.
Most of them are failing for silly reasons. I'm using the refactor branch
in my development now and it is working well.

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@danni https://github.com/danni @gabrielfalcaohttps://github.com/gabrielfalcao [image:
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The current refactoring is huge and tests are failing in large portions. I
have been working on them but i am stuck on a problem in the behave_as
functionality.


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Please make at least a point release with this commit: 2d4de1f so that people can use the PyPi version with modern Django.

variable commented May 6, 2014

Agree with @aigarius, I don't know why we keep this problem on the PyPi, I keep coming back to check if this is fixed, and this is the only thing I care about at this moment. It's preventing people to learn and start using the project.

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danni commented May 6, 2014
Owner

0.2.19 is up there, please let me know if you want me to release another version.
Thank you

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