[Python-ideas] Looking for input to help with the pip situation
vano at mail.mipt.ru
Tue Nov 7 16:55:58 EST 2017
On 07.11.2017 23:38, Chris Barker wrote:
> with ensurepip, having pip no installed in a python is getting less
> common, so maybe this isn't needed anymore, but....
pip is problematic in environments that have their own package manager
(i.e. anything but bare Windows) because it doesn't honor its
conventions (e.g. if it's a non-default Python installation, all its
packages must use versioned or otherwise custom names for executable
modules - see e.g.
for an illustration). That's why it's not installed by default in
environments where that's a significant problem.
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