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change default install directory when using bdist_rpm

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Hi,

I'm using :
python setup.py bdist_rpm

to create an rpm package to distribute my python app on linux.

When i install the rpm, the files are installed in
/usr/share/python/site-packages/..... directory by default.

How do i change the installation directory??

Thanks,
krithika

Jul 21 '06 #1
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Hi,

try :
python setup.py bdist_rpm --dist-dir="/home/..."
I'm using :
python setup.py bdist_rpm

to create an rpm package to distribute my python app on linux.

When i install the rpm, the files are installed in
/usr/share/python/site-packages/..... directory by default.

How do i change the installation directory??

Thanks,
krithika

Jul 21 '06 #2

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