Have a question about this project? Write what you did and saw actually? I highly recommend looking into the virtual environment product Anaconda that really just makes building and installing libraries a breeze, it may even solve your problem here. I believe on linux you can install mysql without getting the python deps for mysql-python if you don't install the dev libraries indicated. While going through a requirments. The only difference from the above process will be that you run csrutil enable instead. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. You can find more details.
There is something else going on here. You can upgrade to a newer version of Python to solve this. Why should I read such mails and take time to reply? I think all issues about installation are answered already. If you don't think so, you should write complete issue report. Now 70% of this thread is noise!!! Previous patch versions are supported on a best effort approach.
Some hints on how to install these on various platforms: Ubuntu 14, Ubuntu 16, Debian 8. It's your choice under which version you want to run a program, just be aware of the difference. Either the example compiles cleanly, or causes the exact error message about which you want help. I am a Mac user and I do most if my programming on Python so I am eligible to answer this. If you require any help, please let me know : By the way, to those who haven't met me, I am Dibyadeep. I have done apt-get update and apt-get upgrade twice with reboots.
I then ran python manage. Similar issues have been posted to Stack Overflow by several people. InsecurePlatformWarning From what I can tell is it wants my to update python but I'm not able to through any of the commands I can find. This issue is for it. That's not the actual error. Trying to install mysqlclient using pip3 on Python 3.
If you require any help or want to ask me a question, please feel free to send me a message or a question. I am presuming that you are referring to pip on Python. Warning Be cautious if you are using a Python install that is managed by your operating system or another package manager. First off, yeah, I've already seen this: The problem I am trying to use Django on a Google App Engine project. If you failed to build, go Stackoverflow. You should pin version in your requirements. Both are required in order to build a which improves installation speed , although neither are required to install pre-built.
I hoped I helped, and would be happy to know if any of this worked, or not. I am here to do something to add. Please read the rules and guidelines below and before posting. I am aware that questions like these already exist, but not one solution seems to have made any impact on attempts. Please see the digged problems at the Github weblink.
While fix one issue, another issue jump out of the box. If you failed to connect to database, go Stackoverflow. I have two years daughter. I got my answers from besides my brain these places maybe you could have a look at them, to see if it would help : , , ,. I've not used homebrew to do any of my installations. None of you write enough information about link error.
Please note I'm not in a virtualenv. Have a question about this project? Note2: Also, make sure to try running the commands as root. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. This means pip works on the latest patch version of each of these minor versions. I'm not free tech support. The installation ends with: Collecting mysqlclient Using cached mysqlclient-1. More information on this can be found and.
That's why the build isn't finding it either. Hope that it will be debugged. I don't have time to investigate your issue from an incomplete code snippet. It probably won't be found. If you instead try and install the 32-bit version, I think you get the unsupported wheel error in comments below. Hopefully, one of you smart people can help me out. Came across this while developing a django-based website, and I needed to set up the website to communicate with a mysql database.
However when the command returned with. Please don't rob my time by such a very incomplete question!. The pip developers are considering making --user the default for all installs, including get-pip. There should be -lmysqlclient at least. Follow these steps if you are on Windows. You can do this by booting up into the recovery system, click Utilities on the menu at the top, and open up the terminal and enter csrutil disable into the terminal.