Crossbarconnect disappearance from PyPi

#1

Hello

I recently went to redeploy my application and pip was complaining that it couldn’t find the package crossbarconnect.

The package link here <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crossbarconnect/> is now a 404.

Initially I suspected that given changes to the HTTP Publisher service it’s now called something else, but the documentation here <http://crossbar.io/docs/HTTP-Bridge-Publisher/> still mentions it…

Could anyone tell me what’s going on here?

Thanks
Geordie Millar

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#2

Having exactly the same problem.
crossbarconnect is part of one of my miniprojects requirements.
This is a real pity. the modul is tiny but rather useful for small scripts.

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On Monday, October 19, 2015 at 9:29:15 AM UTC+2, Geordie Millar wrote:

Hello

I recently went to redeploy my application and pip was complaining that it couldn’t find the package crossbarconnect.

The package link here <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crossbarconnect/> is now a 404.

Initially I suspected that given changes to the HTTP Publisher service it’s now called something else, but the documentation here <http://crossbar.io/docs/HTTP-Bridge-Publisher/> still mentions it…

Could anyone tell me what’s going on here?

Thanks
Geordie Millar

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#3

Until the issue is understood you can clone the crossbarconnect repo from github
https://github.com/feenes/crossbarconnect

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On Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at 5:49:08 PM UTC+2, Gelonida Gel wrote:

Having exactly the same problem.
crossbarconnect is part of one of my miniprojects requirements.
This is a real pity. the modul is tiny but rather useful for small scripts.

On Monday, October 19, 2015 at 9:29:15 AM UTC+2, Geordie Millar wrote:

Hello

I recently went to redeploy my application and pip was complaining that it couldn’t find the package crossbarconnect.

The package link here <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crossbarconnect/> is now a 404.

Initially I suspected that given changes to the HTTP Publisher service it’s now called something else, but the documentation here <http://crossbar.io/docs/HTTP-Bridge-Publisher/> still mentions it…

Could anyone tell me what’s going on here?

Thanks
Geordie Millar

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#4

As written already in another thread: “alternatives to crossbarconnect”:

At the moment you can use following url / line in your requirements.txt

https://feenes.teledomic.eu/pypkg/crossbarconnect-0.5.3.tgz

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On Monday, October 19, 2015 at 9:29:15 AM UTC+2, Geordie Millar wrote:

Hello

I recently went to redeploy my application and pip was complaining that it couldn’t find the package crossbarconnect.

The package link here <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crossbarconnect/> is now a 404.

Initially I suspected that given changes to the HTTP Publisher service it’s now called something else, but the documentation here <http://crossbar.io/docs/HTTP-Bridge-Publisher/> still mentions it…

Could anyone tell me what’s going on here?

Thanks
Geordie Millar

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#5

Hi!

I’ll look into why this has disappeared.

You may want to take a look at https://github.com/thehq/python-crossbarhttp which is under active development and offers more features,

Regards,

Alex

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Am Mittwoch, 28. Oktober 2015 10:00:52 UTC+1 schrieb Feenes:

As written already in another thread: “alternatives to crossbarconnect”:

At the moment you can use following url / line in your requirements.txt

https://feenes.teledomic.eu/pypkg/crossbarconnect-0.5.3.tgz

On Monday, October 19, 2015 at 9:29:15 AM UTC+2, Geordie Millar wrote:

Hello

I recently went to redeploy my application and pip was complaining that it couldn’t find the package crossbarconnect.

The package link here <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/crossbarconnect/> is now a 404.

Initially I suspected that given changes to the HTTP Publisher service it’s now called something else, but the documentation here <http://crossbar.io/docs/HTTP-Bridge-Publisher/> still mentions it…

Could anyone tell me what’s going on here?

Thanks
Geordie Millar

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#6

It’s been a couple of months. Any news?

Thanks,

Dan

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On Thursday, October 29, 2015 at 5:10:56 AM UTC-7, Alexander Gödde wrote:

I’ll look into why this has disappeared.

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#7

Probably too late, but I’ve created a fork, since the original python-crossbarhttp was pretty much abandoned https://github.com/jose-lpa/crossbarhttp3

It now supports from Python 2.6 to 3.5, and also includes a couple of new features as well.

You can see more about this in this other thread https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/crossbario/VaVREO2Inng

Regards,
Jose

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El viernes, 22 de enero de 2016, 2:25:28 (UTC), Dan Lipsitt escribió:

It’s been a couple of months. Any news?

Thanks,

Dan

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