On 01/09/2015 03:20, Chris Angelico wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 1, 2015 at 12:12 PM, Mark Lawrence <breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> Thanks Chris, and Chris Angelico. Just to make sure I'm not completely
>> barking can you try a search on pypi, as I know I've found it that way in
>> the past, but literally not right now. The first hit I get for 'itertools'
>> is picklable-itertools 0.1.1 with a weight of 9, 'more-itertools' finds
>> nothing, 'more_itertools' takes you to
>> https://pypi.python.org/pypi/langchangetrack/0.1.0. Or am I simply having
>> another "shouldn't try this at stupid o'clock in the morning" phases?
> No, you're not barking. Or if you are, so am I. That's the exact same
> results I see.
> I wonder if the search is not currently looking at package names? A
> few quick searches for 'psycopg2', 'docstringargs', 'pytz', and such
> shows that a bunch of packages either aren't found at all, or are much
> lower in the list than something that references it. Other packages,
> like 'clize' and 'docutils', do come up at the top; they have their
> own names also in their descriptions.
> Looks like it's time to go to the bug tracker.
Okay, but I don't intend doing that too quickly as I'm all ready
shattered, it being 03:45 and all that. But then you go to check which
bug tracker and what do you find but
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