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Apps using this module can't deploy to Heroku because of sqlite3 dependency #81
How could this be handled? Switching to postgres? Only calling sqlite3-dependent functions when explicitly commanded to by the user, i.e., not on init?
My use case is just an api_key and api_secret, I don't even use OAuth because I'm not logging in and I'm only accessing publicly available images. Or am I mistaken, and OAuth with a persistent database for tokencache is required even for my use case?
Just set up the project on my machine (Taurinus X200 running Trisquel Mini 7.0), but hitting some confusing test failures and errors when I run py.test. Here's every command I ran to get to this point, and I've attached the output of py.test below:
18 failed, 180 passed, 5 skipped, 1 error. However, I see multiple errors when I look through the terminal output, most being "IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: 'setuptools/svn_data/svn_ext_list.txt'" This led me to run
Once I did that, everything passed. Am I a Python newbie (yes) who just didn't have his environment set up correctly, or should more detail be added to the README so the steps to get started with this project aren't as ambiguous?
EDIT: I'm also new to Github collaboration and I now realize this may have made more sense filed as a separate issue. If you'd like me to re-file as a separate issue, I can.
Yes, filing as another issue would have been better indeed, as it is, indeed, another issue. However, we can be quick about this ;-) Looking at the logs, it's not the flickrapi tests that fail, but the setuptools ones. This is caused by py.test searching through the entire project directory for tests to execute. Since your