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Python < 3.8¶
Changed in version 4.2.0.
As of version 4.2.0 we no longer support python prior to version 3.8.
This means you actually are unable to run with any version below python 3.8 as a number of build-in features may be missing or first introduced in 3.8.
Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS Focal¶
New in version 3.2.0.
In Ubuntu release 20.04 they have removed a package name
libffi.so.6 and upgraded it with version
This means PyFunceble will trow an error like:
ImportError: libffi.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
The fix for this issue is then rather simple, add a softlink between the
The complete line in my case was:
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libffi.so.7 /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libffi.so.6
However, the right way to do this is by first locate where your
libffi.so.7 is with find
find /usr/lib/ -type f -iname 'libffi.so.*'
Then apply the softlink to
You can not combine the usage of
Sql Missing default data in
New in version 4.0.0.
If you are trying to move or restore your SQL database from a dump, you will see an error message that is looking something like this
SQL Error [HY000]: (conn=12345678) Field 'created_at' doesn't have a default value (conn=12345678) Field 'created_at' doesn't have a default value (conn=12345678) Field 'created_at' doesn't have a default value Field 'created_at' doesn't have a default value
The issue arises from the way SQLAlchemy is creating the tables. The
fact is PyFunceble is written to set a default
date for the
However, it isn’t set in the database.
To solve this, you will have to manually set the default for created_at
to for example
2020-12-22 09:09:50 in the
DB_name.pyfunceble_whois_record. You can for example use dBeaver
to do this or manually run this SQL code insode your database.
ALTER TABLE DB_name.pyfunceble_whois_record MODIFY COLUMN created_at datetime DEFAULT '2020-12-22 09:09:50' NOT NULL;
These changes will be reset next time you are running PyFunceble.
Windows Powershell with Python or Cygwin¶
New in version all.
There are a number of well Known limitation by running or even installing Python on a closed source Windows computer.
Among these issues is the default settings for the installation programs, where we all know the users tend to just click next next next without reading the questions, and the path toward hell continues.
- To have Python to become installed within the system
PATH:by the installer, you are required to use the advanced install option. (spirillen Was told).
- Cygwin do not INCLUDE- and therefore not exporting current
PATHto running environment. Full path is always required, to be set by your scripts or command line.
Since any of these problems, ain’t @PyFunceble related issues we have left a Cygwin related issue at github.