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Author FeralBytes
Recipients FeralBytes
Date 2014-02-14.01:53:13
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Well trying to test out venv on Python 3.3.2 on Linux Mint 16 x64 I was not able to get pip to execute correctly after it had been installed. The error from bash is:

(venv) wolfrage@wolfrage-KGP-M-E-D16 /media/ShareDrives/HomePlus/Jordan/Projects/The Strategist $ pip install pysdl2
bash: /home/wolfrage/Projects/The Strategist/venv/bin/pip: /home/wolfrage/Projects/The: bad interpreter: No such file or directory

Same exact setup procedures in a path with out any spaces works as expected:

(venv) wolfrage@wolfrage-KGP-M-E-D16 /media/ShareDrives/HomePlus/Jordan/Projects $ pip install pysdl2 --allow-external pysdl2 --allow-unverified pysdl2
Downloading/unpacking pysdl2
  pysdl2 is potentially insecure and unverifiable.
  Downloading (1.1MB): 1.1MB downloaded
  Running (path:/media/ShareDrives/HomePlus/Jordan/Projects/venv/build/pysdl2/ egg_info for package pysdl2
Installing collected packages: pysdl2
  Running install for pysdl2
Successfully installed pysdl2
Cleaning up...
(venv) wolfrage@wolfrage-KGP-M-E-D16 /media/ShareDrives/HomePlus/Jordan/Projects $ python3
Python 3.3.2+ (default, Oct  9 2013, 14:50:09) 
[GCC 4.8.1] on linux
Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>>> import sdl2
>>> exit()

I hope that this can be fixed prior to 3.4 being released.
This not only affected pip but easy_install too.
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