Upgrading py-poetry-core and pep517

David Gilman davidgilman1 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 11 20:22:39 UTC 2022

Log attached. It is a pure upgrade started with "port upgrade poetry".

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On Sun, Sep 11, 2022 at 2:20 PM Joshua Root <jmr at macports.org> wrote:
> On 2022-9-12 03:40 , David Gilman wrote:
> > There's a new release of poetry and py-poetry-core and poetry. I have
> > the PR ready at https://github.com/macports/macports-ports/pull/16088
> > . However, I am unable to get it to cleanly upgrade from an older
> > version of py-poetry-core.
> Can you share a log?
> > I think the issue has to do with the pep517 machinery intertwining
> > with Poetry. If you have an old version of py-poetry-core / poetry
> > installed the Python imports to do the pep517 build are trying to
> > import across old and new versions of py-poetry-core / poetry and
> > refactoring internal to those packages is breaking the install.
> The module in the workdir should normally be found before any installed
> version.
> > I am pretty stumped here about what to do next. Is there functionality
> > in the Portfile DSL to force an uninstall/reinstall? That would be a
> > quick and easy fix.
> There is the deactivate hack, but that should be avoided if at all possible.
> > As far as the "python.pep517_backend" field in the Python portgroup
> > goes, it needs to be left default (setuptools) otherwise you get a
> > cyclical dependency of py-poetry-core on py-poetry-core.
> The backend should be cleared for poetry-core since it doesn't need any
> dependency added (it bootstraps itself, it doesn't use setuptools).
> - Josh

David Gilman
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