[Chicago] PostgreSQL and Python [sheila miguez]

Leon Shernoff leon at mushroomthejournal.com
Mon Feb 8 11:52:48 EST 2016

Thanks, Sheila!

Well, I guess Anaconda has taken over my normal package deployment path. 
:-) I decided to do test-driven :-) installation and run the pip command 
from my default shell location, and then do it from the Anaconda 
directory. But after running it from my default directory, I can now 
import pg8000 in Anaconda, but not in IDLE. So I guess all my future 
packages are going to Anaconda whether I like it or not, but in the 
meantime this is what I was trying to do so it's all good. :-)

Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2016 08:56:12 -0600
From: sheila miguez <shekay at pobox.com>
To: The Chicago Python Users Group <chicago at python.org>
Subject: Re: [Chicago] PostgreSQL and Python [Leon Shernoff]

When you use conda at the command line to create the environment, if you
want to use pip you can add it to your conda environment. Then, at the
command line, run the pip install command. Not in the python console. Does
that work?

Best regards,

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      -- John Cage

Leon Shernoff
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