$ pypy virtualenv.py --distribute my_new_envpypy
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "app_main.py", line 51, in run_toplevel
File "virtualenv.py", line 2429, in <module>
File "virtualenv.py", line 942, in main
File "virtualenv.py", line 1043, in create_environment
File "virtualenv.py", line 1167, in install_python
File "virtualenv.py", line 1535, in fix_lib64
"Unexpected python lib dir: %r" % lib_dir)
AssertionError: Unexpected python lib dir: 'my_new_envpypy'
Commenting line 1167, disabling the use of the fix_lib64 function, fixes this.
Same here, using Slackware64.
pretty sure this is related to #306.
virtualenv is not handling how pypy breaks the mold for it's lib and site-packages locations.
both of these issues could probably be handled in one pull.
might make an attempt at this.
Same for Fedora 18.
+1 Same issue here. Any workarounds?
Same for Fedora 20...
bes@besnik-pc pi$ virtualenv --version
bes@besnik-pc pi$ pypy --version
Python 2.7.3 (6c8420e89b80b4c90720115e31c2793ba7fff08d, Nov 19 2013, 13:04:31)
[PyPy 2.2.0 with GCC 4.8.2 20131017 (Red Hat 4.8.2-1)]
Just in case anybody stumbles over this: I had the same problem with version 1.8.4, and then upgraded to version 1.11.4 and the problem seems to be fixed now.
So I think this issue can be closed.
Cheers @treo . If anyone still encounters the issue on latest virtualenv, please feel free to comment or reopen.