After adding the patch from issue
#333, and after pushing a change to a git repo,
the following appears:
remote: - /home/kali/tmp/src remote: Traceback (most recent call last): remote: File "hooks/post-receive", line 26, in <module> remote: import kallithea.lib.hooks remote: ImportError: No module named kallithea.lib.hooks To http://email@example.com:5562/kali/testgit2 c08fcdb..008fff4 master -> master
The steps to reproduce:
1) Create a new Git repo
2) Clone repo to client
3) make a change and push to the git repo (and assuming issue
#333's patch is applied)
4) the error appears.
printing out the sys.path list, it does show the kallithea's venv's site-packages path in it, and the kallithea module is in that directory. So not sure what I missed.