I’m on MacOS, and I have latest python installed via brew. A few months ago, I started using pyenv to be able to switch between latest python and a project that was fixed at python v3.8. I remember getting it all working but being confused. Now I’m coming back to this configuration and I’m still ..
To add a question to the great question and discussion here on pyenv, venv, virtualenv, and virtualenvwrapper, could someone please explain how conda environments fit into this world? When are the preferred use cases for conda environments vs the other virtual environment options? Source: Python..
I am trying to install Python 3.8.8 on MacOS Mojave (Version 10.14.6 (18G8022)) following this document https://realpython.com/intro-to-pyenv/. It fails with the error showing below. $ pyenv install 3.8.8 python-build: use [email protected] from homebrew python-build: use readline from homebrew Downloading Python-3.8.8.tar.xz… -> https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.8.8/Python-3.8.8.tar.xz Installing Python-3.8.8… python-build: use readline from homebrew python-build: use zlib from xcode sdk ..
I’m trying to install multiple python versions in linux, but asdf or pyenv get stuck with an error: ERROR: The Python ssl extension was not compiled. Missing the OpenSSL lib? apt install libssl or apt install libssl1.0 didn’t solved… I already have version 2.7 and 3.8 by default. Then I’ve stalled version 3.4 by downloading ..
I have installed python 3.8.0 via pyenv. pyenv which python /Users/myname/.pyenv/versions/3.8.0/bin/python If I run python3 I get python3 Python 3.6.8rc1 (v3.6.8rc1:cc3e73212a, Dec 11 2018, 17:37:34) [GCC 4.2.1 Compatible Apple LLVM 6.0 (clang-600.0.57)] on darwin Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. If I check which python3 /Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.6/bin/python3 How can I set the 3.8.0 ..
GCC and readline shipped in the OpenBSD base install are very old. To work around it, users can install newer versions (gcc 8.4 and readline 7) with pkg_add. However, these are renamed to /usr/local/bin/egcc and /usr/local/include/ereadline, which creates problems when building Python under pyenv. I can get pyenv to use egcc by setting the CC ..
The title basically says it all. I’ve installed some python versions from source and now I want to use pyenv, and I want pyenv to recognize these already installed python versions without me having to reinstall them with pyenv install. I assume I have to do something like set shims manually, but am unsure of ..
I am trying to install python 3.8.5 using pyenv on my new MacBook Pro. I was able to install pyenv successfully and confirmed it was working fine. It is quite weird as I was able to install python 3.9.2 successfully using pyenv on my MacOS. The problem arises when I tried to install another python ..
Screenshot of what I meant I’m on windows 10 using wsl2 with Debian distro. I added python using pyenv. Every time I run a python script, the terminal prints the python interpreter path along with the working directory, and this is annoying me ever since. Is there anyway to remove this? if not, does anyone ..
I am working inside a pyenv-managed virtualenv $ which python /Users/theonlygusti/.pyenv/shims/python /Users/theonlygusti/.pyenv/shims/python is a shell script and gdb doesn’t work "0x7ffeeb614570s": not in executable format: file format not recognized How can I use gdb on a python script like here https://stackoverflow.com/a/2664232/3310334 to debug my C extension’s segfault? Source: Python..