[libre-riscv-dev] Dumb question time with Sam
Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at lkcl.net
Fri Jul 10 17:10:17 BST 2020
On Fri, Jul 10, 2020 at 4:58 PM Samuel Falvo II <sam.falvo at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm attempting to run "make test" with the soc.git repo,
yyeah that will get you into a world of pain :) i'm doing my best to
keep the unit tests up-to-date however there's simply too much for
only one full-time person to do.
> and it's just not
> working. I suspect I managed to botch my environment configuration
> somehow. This is the first occurrence of an error; there may be others,
> but this is far and above the most prominent error I see in the output:
> Failure: ImportError (cannot import name 'Settle' from 'nmigen.back.pysim'
0.1. that's out-of-date. we specifically work with the git versions,
not with old releases. the HDL_workflow instructions - and the
dev-setup scripts - would contain that exact version (and command to
install it), if we were using it.
this is why i sent you a (private) message containing the git
repositories to clone, and pointed you at the HDL_workflow. section
git clone https://github.com/nmigen/nmigen.git
python3 setup.py develop
notice several things:
1. glt clone development version
2. no mention of "pip3"
3. no mention of "virtualenv"
4. use of python3 setup.py >>>>DEVELOP<<<< *NOT* python3 setup.py >>INSTALL<<
if you absolutely insist on using pip3, the same effect as python3
setup.py develop can i believe be achieved with something like "pip3
install ." (notice and observe that the fullstop there is not a
sentence fullstop, it is part of the command and represents the
current working directory).
i really do not like pip3 due to the security implications (no GPG
signing of packages, no web of trust, pypi.org website becomes a
high-priority phishing and hacking target *yes this has actually
happened*) as it results in arbitrary untrusted code download and
use latest clone, not v0.1. it's guaranteed not to work.
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