You can install the latest release with:
pip install -U SQLObject
easy_install -U SQLObject
You can install the latest version of SQLObject with:
You can install the latest bug fixing branch with:
If you want to require a specific revision (because, for instance, you need a bugfix that hasn't appeared in a release), you can put this in your setuptools using setup.py file:
setup(... install_requires=["SQLObject==bugfix,>=0.7.1dev-r1485"], )
This says that you need revision 1485 or higher. But it also says that you can aquire the "bugfix" version to try to get that. In fact, when you install SQLObject==bugfix you will be installing a specific version, and "bugfix" is just a kind of label for a way of acquiring the version (it points to a branch in the repository).