I am new to virtual envs in Python. I am using Python 3.9 on Windows 10, and an admin Powershell prompt. I created a new directory named toto, set it as current directry ($ cd toto), and ran the following command : $ python -m venv env So far so good. But then I want ..
pip3 list | grep unicorn returns no results source ~/scripts/venv/unicorn-hat-sim/bin/activate prompt changes to show venv is activated pip3 install unicorn-hat-sim pip3 list | grep unicorn unicorn-hat-sim 1.0.0 pip3 show unicorn-hat-sim Name: unicorn-hat-sim Version: 1.0.0 Summary: Unicorn HAT (HD) simulator – Originally by Jannis Hermanns <jan[email protected]> Home-page: https://github.com/mapitman/unicorn-hat-sim Author: Mark Pitman Author-email: [email protected] License: MIT Location: ..
I am only just getting to grips with venvs and find it occasionally very confusing. On my raspberry pi, numpy is installed in site packages, but also can show up in an isolated venv, which I think is inconsistent. [email protected]:~ $ mkvenv test –no-sitepackages [email protected]:~/ $ venv test (test) [email protected]:~/ $ python -c "import numpy" ..
I am currently running python 3.9 on my system. Due to the incompatibility of some of python libraries like numba on python 3.9 I will have to use previous versions. What cmd commands will I have to use to create a virtual environment so that I could run python 3.6 on cmd separate from python ..
So I am using a venv (virtual environment) for one of my python projects and need to install PyAudio for it. I am using PyCharm for the venv. When I try to install PyCharm usually it comes up with ‘Command errored out with exit status: 1’ How can I install PyAudio into my venv properly ..
just wanted to set up my new MacBookPro M1. As I want to organize my MB this time, i want to start using virtualenv. So, what I’ve done so far: installed brew installed virtualenv set up a dir, in there create my first env called sec_env installed some packages for testing Now I want to ..
I am using python venv to create virtual environments. But, since I am working with several projects with different virtual environments, I don’t want to manualy set environment variables every time I switch to a different project. Is there a way to set venv environment variables automatically when activating the venv? What is the best ..
I’m new to Linux environment where i need to create a virtual environment for my project. As this is a development machine i will not have access like i used to have in my own machine. I tried running the below commands : python3 -m venv env But got permission denied: I tried using sudo ..
For a project I made a virtual environment (venv) using Python3. I installed all the necessary dependencies using a simple bash script (see picture below) after I activated my venv. (I verified the installed packages using: pip3 list and concluded that every dependency was installed succesfully.) My project uses snakemake, so I ran this snakemake ..
I have a project where a specific version of a module has to be used, xlrd 1.2.0. With this, I’m trying to create a virtual environment and have it use 1.2.0, but it doesn’t seem to be using the proper module installed once I run my program. This is how I went about starting my ..