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pip install https://dev.mysql.com/get/Downloads/Connector-Python/mysql-connector-python-2.1.5.tar.gz#egg=mysql-connector-python
#egg=mysql-connector-pythonmean? I don't see that on the end of the URI on the download page
eggsignals to the installer what package is represented by the URL, in this case mysql-connector-python.
cool! I thought eggs were zip files with some extra data in them. I didn't know I could use tarballs, git repos, or directories.
So, do I have to put
mysql-connector-python? Could I put anything, like
setup.py installon it. The name should be the same that
setup.py, right? And, then running the command
python setup.pywould install all of the dependencies, right?
npm install. All dependencies are fetched and installed
pip install -e ., that will install the package with setup.py and its dependencies. The
-emeans install in editable mode, so the edits you make to the package locally will be immediately reflected in the environment were you’ve installed.
requirements.txtfile, read about it in the article I sent you