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[Duplicity-talk] Failure running tests.

From: Scott Hannahs
Subject: [Duplicity-talk] Failure running tests.
Date: Sun, 1 Sep 2019 17:49:34 -0400

Duplicity wizards,

I think I have successfully build duplicity version 0.8.04 on Mac OS X (python 
3.7 and Mac OS X 10.11).  This was upgrading from my previous installation 
using python 2.7.

However the testing phase seems to fail  a  lot of tests.  The first group I 
understand since there is no tahoe backend installed.  I can live with that and 
will get around to adding backend support later.

But a lot of tests show that duplicity does not find my lftp installation.  The 
binary is at a “non-standard” install, or at least non-standard for linux 
folks.  It is at /sw/bin/lftp.  My normal path should include that and be 
inherited by the testing routines.  However, it may be that the path to the 
lftp binary is hardwired to somewhere else?

I have also installed the lftp dynamic libraries:

The second issue is that I get a lot of errors complaining that reprlib is also 
b'    __import__(newmodname)'
b'ImportError: No module named reprlib’

The module exists in my build for python 3.7 and is at the install location I 

Again is that module path hardwired somewhere that I should edit?

Any guidance would be helpful.


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