we have been skipping python 3.6 in the conda-forge recipe, as there were probably some compatibility problems (I do not recall exactly). SfePy now works with 3.6, so I am trying to update the recipe.
On 03/26/2017 11:50 PM, Emanuel Woiski wrote:
I've been unable to install sfepy 2017.1 using conda-forge in the python
The error was:
"UnsatisfiableError: The following specifications were found to be in
- python 3.6*
- sfepy 2017.1* -> python 2.7*
Use "conda info <package>" to see the dependencies for each package."
After using conda info sfepy this is what I've got:
"sfepy 2017.1 np111py35_0
file name : sfepy-2017.1-np111py35_0.tar.b
name : sfepy
version : 2017.1
build string: np111py35_0
build number: 0
channel : conda-forge
size : 7.3 MB
arch : x86_64
has_prefix : True
license : BSD-3-Clause
md5 : b38a92b0ecdf0ead6b390cd984e00d
noarch : None
platform : linux
requires : ()
subdir : linux-64
What am I missing in order to install sfepy 2007.1 in python 3.6?
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