I kept this log of my TurboGears installation process on my Windows XP Pro machine.
- ~19:20: visited webpage “www.turbogears.org”
- 19:25 – 19:28: installed running “tgsetup.py” with an existing Python 2.4.2
- added c:\python24\scripts to the path
- 19:31: ran “tg-admin info”
- started writing this notes-file
- 19:36: started to follow the “getting started” tutorial at http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0/Wiki20/Page1?action=show&redirect=1.0%2FGettingStarted
- 19:37: “easy_install docutils” … distutils are working great!
- 19:38: “easy_install pysqlite” is not working
No local packages or download links found for pysqlite
error: Could not find suitable distribution for Requirement.parse(‘pysqlite’)
site mentioning such a problem on ubuntu: http://inre.dundeemt.com/2007-01-05/installing-pysqlite-in-a-workingenv-on-unbuntu-610/
“easy_install -f http://initd.org/pub/software/pysqlite/releases/2.3/2.3.2/ pysqlite”
- 19:42: that seems to have worked
- 19:45: got IPython which was mentioned in the tutorial (http://ipython.scipy.org/dist/)
- 19:48: “tg-admin quickstart” (output saved to quickstart_log.txt)
- 19:51: ran webpage using “start-leiftest1” (output saved to server_log.txt)
Voila, just thirty minutes from first contact with webpage to a working own installation and I even had an unexpected problem to solve on the way. That seems pretty impressive to me – I like TurboGears!