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#71 fixed python: X:/USR is returned instead of /@unixroot/usr Yuri Dario
Description

With support for virtual env, now python returns /USR for system path. This breaks installation scripts, because files are not remapped to correct %UNIXROOT% drive but written to default drive.

dmik:

  1. Fix setup.py machinery so that it leaves the drive letter in, i.e. in your example it should give this:

X:/USR/lib/python2.7/site-packages/urlgrabber/byterange.py

  1. Fix setup.py machinery so that it replaces X:/USR back with /@unixroot/usr
  1. Fix dynamic python sys.path detection so that it replaces X:/USR with /@unixroot/usr when it’s run from X:/USR/bin.

I think 3 is the most long term effective solution as it requires less modifications in 3rd party software. If we agree on that I may look back into the place where I fixed it (to make sys.path dynamic and hence fix virtualenv and some other things).

I want to remind that the source of this problem is that /@unixroot is not a real dir on OS/2 but something like a symlink (from the LIBC point of view).

#74 fixed Package gawk-4.0.0-2.oc00.i686.rpm is broken Dave Yeo
Description

Doing yum install gawk downloads a 64kb file and cpio fails.

Total size: 64 k
Installed size: 2.6 M
Is this ok [y/N]: y
Downloading Packages:
Running rpm_check_debug
Running Transaction Test
Transaction Test Succeeded
Running Transaction
  Installing     : gawk-4.0.0-2.oc00.i686                                   1/1

Error unpacking rpm package gawk-4.0.0-2.oc00.i686
error: unpacking of archive failed on file /@unixroot/usr/bin/dgawk.exe;538411cd
: cpio: read

Failed:
  gawk.i686 0:4.0.0-2.oc00

Installing gawk.i686 0:4.0.0-1.oc00 seems fine with a 1.2MB download.

#75 fixed Mercurial package broken with python27 Andy Willis
Description

Mercurial looks for python 2.65 and fails to install with python 2.7.6 installed.

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