I am unable to install bitbucket libs due to a corporate firewall. Until recently I had a workaround according to this post: Python-jinja2 package install problem
Recently (cannot pin down the exact version) this workaround has failed.
I am trying to understand how I can resolve this issue.
- I manually downloaded the
.zipfiles from the github sources.
- Created the folders
- Moved the
.zipfiles into each respective folder.
- Extracted the contents to
- Created a blank file
- Started Sublime Text 3 and ran
- Restarted Sublime text 3
At this point everything used to work.
In the last month it now fails to import because neither package is being discovered and added to the
>>> import sys >>> print('\n'.join(sys.path)) C:\Users\mcfarlal\packages\sublimeText C:\Users\me\packages\sublimeText\python3.3.zip C:\Users\me\packages\sublimeText\Data\Lib\python3.3 C:\Users\me\packages\sublimeText\Data\Packages C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\pygments\all C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\backrefs\st3 C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\pymdownx\st3 C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\PYTHON~3\st3 C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\pyyaml\st3 C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\JSONSC~1\all C:\Users\me\packages\SUBLIM~1\Data\Packages\mdpopups\st3
I find if I add
jinja to the path it works
markupsafe does not work if I do this, however.
Change of layout in new versions
It seems that other packages have changed recently in their layout.
They now have
st2/ subdirectories rather than
Has this got something to do with it?