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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Normal Normal
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 3.3.0
    • Component/s: Artifact Storage
    • Labels:
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      Description

      Add support for pip packages for Python

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        Ted
        added a comment -

        This would be very useful, as our network prevents our pre-prod environments from accessing the outside world.

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        Ted
        added a comment - This would be very useful, as our network prevents our pre-prod environments from accessing the outside world.
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        Trevor Powell
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        Yes , Please add this feature!!

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        Trevor Powell
        added a comment - Yes , Please add this feature!!
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        Eddie Welker
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        +1

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        Eddie Welker
        added a comment - +1
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        Adrian Robert
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        This would be good. What exactly is needed here? Having a flat repository served over HTTP is not enough?

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        Adrian Robert
        added a comment - This would be good. What exactly is needed here? Having a flat repository served over HTTP is not enough?
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        Trevor Powell
        added a comment - - edited

        There are two types of feature when supporting Python Pypi. If you roll your own modules, the flat repository should work fine. But if you want to sync the modules from the internet. Artifactory has issues.

        Today we sync python modules from pypi.python.org/
        This gives us a structure of modules under:
        packages/source/$FIRST_LETTER/$MODULENAME/

        For example
        packages/source/M/M2Crypto/

        pip wants to point to a url like https://pypi.python.org/simple/
        Where all the modules folders are on the root path
        $MODULENAME/
        or
        M2Crypto/

        Trying to artifactory sync from https://pypi.python.org/simple/ gives some errors at this time. I believe it is having trouble following redirects in the https://pypi.python.org/simple/ directory structure ??

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        Trevor Powell
        added a comment - - edited There are two types of feature when supporting Python Pypi. If you roll your own modules, the flat repository should work fine. But if you want to sync the modules from the internet. Artifactory has issues. Today we sync python modules from pypi.python.org/ This gives us a structure of modules under: packages/source/$FIRST_LETTER/$MODULENAME/ For example packages/source/M/M2Crypto/ pip wants to point to a url like https://pypi.python.org/simple/ Where all the modules folders are on the root path $MODULENAME/ or M2Crypto/ Trying to artifactory sync from https://pypi.python.org/simple/ gives some errors at this time. I believe it is having trouble following redirects in the https://pypi.python.org/simple/ directory structure ??
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        Ted Sheibar
        added a comment -

        No need for a pypi.python.org mirror. But, building in self-hosted pypi server capabilities would be fantastic, along with the ability - both through the API and the UI - to upload source Python packages (e.g. python setup.py sdist upload -r my-artifactory-server).

        Official source code: https://github.com/schmir/pypiserver

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        Ted Sheibar
        added a comment - No need for a pypi.python.org mirror. But, building in self-hosted pypi server capabilities would be fantastic, along with the ability - both through the API and the UI - to upload source Python packages (e.g. python setup.py sdist upload -r my-artifactory-server ). Official source code: https://github.com/schmir/pypiserver

          People

          • Assignee:
            Yoav Luft
            Reporter:
            Baruch Sadogursky
          • Votes:
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