So, the problem is that pip does not work in terminal, python also does not work in terminal even though i have python 3.8 installed. i reinstalled python 3.8 multiple times. I need to have python 3.8 because i need mediapipe to run one of my projects. Not only that but when I DID get ..
I ran into what seems to be a dependency conflict when trying to run pipenv lock but can’t seem to figure out what is causing this: [pipenv.exceptions.ResolutionFailure]: Warning: Your dependencies could not be resolved. You likely have a mismatch in your sub-dependencies. You can use $ pipenv install –skip-lock to bypass this mechanism, then run ..
I am trying to install dependencies with pipenv install and receive modal letting me know that Python quit unexpectedly: I have uninstalled python, and installed from https://www.python.org/downloads/ (not using homebrew) Python version: 3.9.9 ; OS: Monterey 12.0.1 Pipfile: url = "https://pypi.python.org/simple" verify_ssl = true name = "pypi" [packages] Flask = "==2.0.2" flask-marshmallow = "==0.14.0" Flask-SQLAlchemy ..
Recently I started working on a python project which contains a lot of scripts which do not necessarily (but some do) depend on one another. I have a parser which takes cli input and runs the script which the user (the user is mostly me) specified. I am currently working on it in a pipenv. ..
I’m trying to create a platform website with login, CRUD etc. by following a course from Mosh and am stuck on [Part 1 of the Django class -> Django ORM -> 3-Resetting the Database] On this class, Mosh wants to make sure that we are on the same page, so he tells us to drag ..
So I know, it seems this question has been asked before, but I do believe I have a unique situation. I’m developing a Flask app (specifics below). I’ve created a virtual environment with pipenv. But no matter what I try, I keep getting this error: ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘passlib’ I’ve tried: pip install passlib ..
Key question: Why do I have to tell pipenv what it already knows i.e. the python version I want to use? Assuming python 3.7 and 3.8 are installed and 3.8 is the default but the Pipfile states python 3.7, read on. Steps that don’t work: pipenv install – success pipenv check – fails (using python ..
Is there a difference between running pipenv install inside a pipenv shell, and outside of it? Which is the recommended way? Source: Python..
I have a Pipenv file which looks something like this [[source]] url = "https://pypi.org/simple" verify_ssl = true name = "pypi" [packages] antlr4-python3-runtime = "4.8" numpy = "1.19.3" … However, when I create the environment by running pipenv install, the versions antlr4-python3-runtime==4.9.2 and numpy==1.21.2 are installed instead. If I modify the Pipfile in the following way: ..