I wanted to install James Dennis's Brubeck web
framework, but lately I've become fanatical about installing nothing,
nothing, in the system-wide directories. A simple
rm -rf brubeck/
should make it like nothing ever happened.
So that I remember this for next time, here's how I did an isolated install of Brubeck and all its dependencies on Mac OS Lion.
Install virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper (but of course you've already done this, because you're elite like me).
Make a virtualenv
mkvirtualenv brubeck; cdvirtualenv
wget http://download.zeromq.org/zeromq-2.2.0.tar.gz tar zxf zeromq-2.2.0.tar.gz cd zeromq-2.2.0 ./autogen.sh ./configure --prefix=$VIRTUAL_ENV Don't install system-wide, just in this directory make && make install./c cd ..
git clone https://github.com/zedshaw/mongrel2.git cd mongrel2 emacs Makefile
Add a line like this to the top of the Makefile, so the compiler can find where you've installed ZeroMQ's header and lib files:
OPTFLAGS += -I$(VIRTUAL_ENV)/include -L$(VIRTUAL_ENV)/lib
make && make install cd ..
Libevent (required by Gevent) is pretty much the same dance as ZeroMQ:
wget https://github.com/downloads/libevent/libevent/libevent-2.0.19-stable.tar.gz tar zxf libevent-2.0.19-stable.tar.gz cd libevent-2.0.19-stable ./configure --prefix=$VIRTUAL_ENV make make install cd ..
First get Brubeck's requirements file:
git clone https://github.com/j2labs/brubeck.git cd brubeck
Now we need our isolated include/ and lib/ directories available on the path when we install Brubeck's Python package dependencies. Specifically, the gevent_zeromq package has some C code that needs to find zmq.h and libzmq in order to compile. We'll do that by setting the LIBRARY_PATH and C_INCLUDE_PATH environment variables:
export LIBRARY_PATH=$VIRTUAL_ENV/lib export C_INCLUDE_PATH=$VIRTUAL_ENV/include pip install -I -r ./envs/brubeck.reqs pip install -I -r ./envs/gevent.reqs
How nice is that?
(If it didn't work because of a gcc error message, try symlinking gcc into the place that Python expects it:
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gcc /usr/bin/gcc-4.2
... and try
pip install again.)
Once you're here, you have a completely isolated install of ZeroMQ, Mongrel2, Brubeck, and all its package dependencies. Continue with James's Brubeck installation instructions at the "A Demo" portion.