Reinout van Rees committed 35dc6e1

Detecting buildout by looking in os.environ['_'] to see if it is a buildout
command. If that is the case: do not fake setuptools, just let yourself be
installed as a buildout-managed egg.

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 VERSION = "0.6.5"
 from setuptools import setup, find_packages
+import os
 import sys
 scripts = []
     return (len(sys.argv) == 5 and sys.argv[2] == 'bdist_egg' and
             sys.argv[3] == '--dist-dir' and 'egg-dist-tmp-' in sys.argv[-1])
+def _buildout_marker():
+    command = os.environ.get('_')
+    if command:
+        return 'buildout' in os.path.basename(command)
 def _being_installed():
+    if _buildout_marker():
+        # Installed by buildout, don't mess with a global setuptools.
+        return False
     # easy_install marker
     return 'install' in sys.argv[1:] or _easy_install_marker()
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