pants refuses to build on python2.7 #56

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eribeiro opened this Issue Aug 3, 2012 · 1 comment

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eribeiro commented Aug 3, 2012

The readme states that I need python2.6+ to build commons, but whenever I ran $./pants it shows the message below, and quit:

"No python interpreter found on the path. Python will not work!
Unable to bootstrap a sane Python virtual environment for pants!"

My installation is Ubuntu 12.04 and python 2.7.

I tracked the source of the message to the following file

build-support/python/setup.sh: echo No python interpreter found on the path.

I was able to circumvent it by creating a symbolic link (ln -s) "/usr/bin/python2.6" pointing to "/usr/bin/python2.7" and it worked so far (still building).

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This issue has been fixed.

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hwasungmars commented Oct 18, 2013

This issue has been fixed.

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