#2071: SciTools IRIS 2.10 missing from Python3

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#2071: SciTools IRIS 2.10 missing from Python3

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#2071: SciTools IRIS 2.10 missing from Python3
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 Reporter:  darkblueb  |      Owner:  osgeolive@…
     Type:  defect     |     Status:  new
 Priority:  major      |  Milestone:  OSGeoLive12.0
Component:  OSGeoLive  |   Keywords:  python, IRIS, scitools
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 the OSGeoLive version 12 based on Ubuntu Bionic (1804) currently installs
 Scitools IRIS via dot-deb packaging found here [0]

 IRIS setup.py [1] "may be broken for Python3" in this environment per the
 packager Angelos Tzotsos.  This ticket is a place to find a workaround or
 longer-term fix.

 [0] https://launchpad.net/~gcpp-kalxas/+archive/ubuntu/iris

 [1] https://github.com/SciTools/iris/blob/v2.1.x/setup.py

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Re: #2071: SciTools IRIS 2.10 missing from Python3

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#2071: SciTools IRIS 2.10 missing from Python3
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 Reporter:  darkblueb               |       Owner:  osgeolive@…
     Type:  defect                  |      Status:  new
 Priority:  major                   |   Milestone:  OSGeoLive12.0
Component:  OSGeoLive               |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  python, IRIS, scitools  |
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Comment (by darkblueb):

 Phil Elson writes:
 {{{
 Thanks for letting us know. I’m sorry to say I can’t find the detail
 regarding the python 3 issue.
 If I were to guess though, I suspect the problem is that pyke forked
 itself and maintains two branches
 for its python 2 -> python 3 journey (don’t know why one would choose to
 do that).

 As a result, pyke for python 3 needs to come from a different source.
 To see how to work around that, the conda-forge build for this is done in

 https://github.com/conda-forge/pyke-
 feedstock/blob/master/recipe/meta.yaml#L12.

 Hopefully my guess is on target, but if not,
 could you point me at the detail and I’ll try to help?

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 Analysis, Visualisation and Data Team (AVD)
 Met Office  FitzRoy Road  Exeter  Devon  EX1 3PB  United Kingdom
 Email: [hidden email]  Website: www.metoffice.gov.uk
 Our magazine Barometer is now available online at
 http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/barometer/

 }}}

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