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`pip` command exits immediately on Cygwin #1448
This used to work for us, but sometime in the last two months fresh installs of
First of all, I believe pip 1.4.1 was still working. Unfortunately, it seems impossible to install a specific version of
The OP mentions fresh install, but I am getting the same problem upgrading to 1.5.1. For what it's worth, I now have
Below are the output of a few commands I have tried:
In Bash: https://dpaste.org/KHTB/raw
I expected to see a list of my installed packages, but I didn't see any.
Now, In the interactive interpreter:
Again, in Bash:
Same problem: cygwin64, windows 8.1
And the interpreter exits here. Also tried running python -v to see if it chokes on loading some dependency, but can't see any problems there.
I am not a Python developer, so would appreciate any help on how to get this to work.
referenced this issue
Apr 16, 2014
same problem here.
-------> But switching from cygwin-64bit to cygwin-32bit solved it! (but forking problems may occur in cygwin-32bit: "error: cannot fork() : Resource temporarily unavailable")
How can I find the package maintainer of the pip package? I seem to be
On 07.08.2014 13:02, procesd wrote:
@Ivoz , sorry, i somehow didn't realize that package maintainers are around here as well.
Edit: oh, wait. Are you also a Cygwin package maintainer? Because that would be what I was looking for. I totally forgot that this thread is not in the Cygwin project, so I neglected to mention it.