I'm using Sonatype Nexus Repository ManagerOSS 3.15.2-01 upgraded some time ago from 2.xy (don't remember exact value, but if required I can check it) version.
I have hosted pypi repository with few proprietary python packages and few versions for each package.
- on pypi repository package xyz is available in the following versions:
- package xyz in version 1.5.0 is uploaded to the repo
- command pip install xyz will install xyz in version 1.4.0,
- command pip install xyz==1.5.0 returns
It should be possible to install package xyz in 1.5.0 version.
In the repository browser I see new "file" simple/ with list of the already downloaded from this repo python packages. There is package xyz listed with link .../simple/xyz.
When I click this list all "outdated" versions (1.2.0, 1.3.0, 1.4.0) are listed but the latest one 1.5.0 is missing.
is able to detect
version, but I can't install it.
In the previous version on Nexus such configuration was working without any problems.
Is there some new (new for me, because of upgrade from Nexus 2.* to 3.15.2) mechanism added to Nexus to publish new python packages? I have read PyPi repository documentation but unfortunetlly there is nothing which helped me to find a root cause of my problem.