W.I.L.L | A python written personal assistant

 by   ironman5366 Python Version: Current License: MIT

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A python written personal assistant

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            How to run and install a download python package from the GitHub website?
            Asked 2018-Feb-15 at 20:39

            I want to fully download this package, which I downloaded from the GitHub website, but I do not know how to run this package. There is no file named [setup.py] in the package that came with the command [python setup.py install] I install it and when I download a package from the GitHub website, how should we run that package? What order does it mean? How to run on a Windows system when we download a Python package that we download from the GitHub website? How to run the whole download package? Please explain in full The address of the packet download in the GitHub: https://github.com/ironman5366/W.I.L.L Help me please Thank you



            Answered 2018-Feb-15 at 10:00

            As FlyingTeller and mgracer pointed out in the comments, the github repo is not a python package, and thus can not be installed as a package. It's a flask server, which you can download and run on your local machine.

            Without having looked too closely at it, the will.py script seems to be the one running the server. Try downloading and running it like a normal python script:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48804214


            Readthedocs build fails on reading sources without error
            Asked 2017-Mar-09 at 12:30

            I'm using readthedocs with sphinx autobuild with documenation for my python project.

            Buidling the html works on every local environment I tried it on, and past versions have worked. Previously, when there were errors, they were clear and fixable.

            However, this time, this is the only output on the failing section:

            Running Sphinx v1.3.5

            making output directory...

            loading translations [en]... done

            loading pickled environment... not yet created

            loading intersphinx inventory from https://docs.python.org/objects.inv...

            building [mo]: targets for 0 po files that are out of date

            building [readthedocs]: targets for 9 source files that are out of date

            updating environment: 9 added, 0 changed, 0 removed

            reading sources... [ 11%] api

            reading sources... [ 22%] core

            reading sources... [ 33%] core/notification

            reading sources... [ 44%] core/parser

            reading sources... [ 55%] core/plugin_handler

            reading sources... [ 66%] index

            reading sources... [ 77%] tools

            reading sources... [ 88%] web

            reading sources... [100%] will

            And then it just fails.

            The code is at https://github.com/ironman5366/W.I.L.L



            Answered 2017-Mar-09 at 12:30

            I still don't know what caused this, but it suddenly started working. I didn't change anything in the rst files or build config, so it's a mystery to me.

            I'll assume whatever caused it is fixed.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42470735

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