Maybe you don’t need, but I think, these days, it’s highly recommended, also from a point of view of reproducing results betwen Win/Mac/*nix.
Happy multi-year conda user here.
On Apr 16, 2018, 14:25 +0200, Julien Derr firstname.lastname@example.org, wrote:
thanks very much Martin and François for your answers,
I start to understand a little bit more the various options. But If understand correctlly, it means that under arch linux, If I want to use scikit image, I need a virtual environment ...
On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 6:47 AM, François Boulogne email@example.com wrote:
For some weird reasons, you have packages content installed but the package manager didn't mark the package as installed. That's not normal (perhaps because you tried with pip?).
Anyway, force the install by passing the option "--force" to yaourt.
As a side comment, I usually don't recommend to install libraries with pip on the system as the distribution packages might conflict with them and also for the ease of maintenance. Instead, I prefer to use virtualenvs (for me, with pew).
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