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put back finder link priority (with tests) #702

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qwcode commented Oct 11, 2012

In pull #683, I made a fix so that the package finder preferred the existing installation over found file:// links. (w/o this upgrades would occur with file:// find-links despite having the best version installed)

the problem with that fix is that it broke the link prioritization jannis put in place 3 years ago.

this pull unbreaks the priority logic (with 3 new tests), while also fixing the file:// link upgrade problem (which has tests already from the previous pull) in a different way .

Considering that "Inf" is not used as a sortable anymore, I opened #703 to consider dropping it's use.

@qwcode qwcode closed this Oct 11, 2012

@qwcode qwcode reopened this Oct 14, 2012

pnasrat added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 25, 2012

Merge pull request #702 from qwcode/link_sort2
put back finder link priority (with tests)

@pnasrat pnasrat merged commit 32f0be7 into pypa:develop Oct 25, 2012

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Support index preference. #264

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