[Grok-dev] martian page on the pypi

Hanno Schlichting hanno at hannosch.eu
Wed Oct 7 14:23:36 EDT 2009


You can log into the PyPi web UI and change those kinds of settings in
there, this should be at

In general there's only one release shown by default and this happens
to be the one registered last. PyPi doesn't look at version numbers

For installation buildout and setuptools by default look at
http://pypi.python.org/simple/martian which lists all releases
anyways. You can also access other releases like for example


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 8:14 PM, Jan-Wijbrand Kolman
<janwijbrand at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just released martian-0.11.1 and noticed that this release then
> appeared to be the most recent released on the martian pypi page.
> Since I wanted to have the 0.12 to clearly be the most recent martian
> release, I checked out the 0.12 tag of martian and did a:
>   python ./setup/py register
> Now, if you go to the martian pypi page for some reason you see two
> seperate releases being mentioned.
> It does not seem to affect the install-ability of martian, but it looks
> a bit weird to me. Does anyone know what I did wrong here, or how I can
> fix it?

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