I am encountering an issue while attempting to install the pycg package with 0.0.7 version. The error is related to building the wheel and seems to be originating from a subprocess. The key error (KeyError: 'text' ) indicates a problem with the license field in the pyproject.toml file.
Description: I am encountering an issue while attempting to install the pycg package. The error is related to building the wheel and seems to be originating from a subprocess. The key error (KeyError: 'text') indicates a problem with the license field in the pyproject.toml file.
The warning mentions the usage of deprecated options and suggests updating the project by 2024-Sep-26.
Specific issues are raised for fields like license, authors, classifiers, and scripts that need to be listed as dynamic in pyproject.toml to prevent problems.
Request for Assistance: I would appreciate guidance on resolving the KeyError: 'text' issue and any additional steps needed to ensure compatibility with the latest packaging specifications.
Python Version: 3.9
Pip Version: 22.0.3
PyCG Version: 0.0.7
Note: This error seems specific to the pycg package, and any insights or solutions from the community would be highly valuable though pycg with 0.0.6 is working fine but it’s not working with 0.0.7. Thank you in advance for your assistance!
I hope you’re doing well. I encountered a peculiar issue with pycg version 0.0.7. Surprisingly, it’s working flawlessly on my local machine, and it was running fine on Streamlit Cloud until yesterday (November 22, 2023). However, yesterday evening it suddenly stopped working and is throwing an installation error.
Strangely, version 0.0.6 works perfectly fine on Streamlit. Do you have any insights or suggestions on why this sudden change might have occurred?
Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated!
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