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Apr 2018
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Apr 01 2018 10:07
wrt pinning of pip's version sometime back (coala/coala-bears#2359)
pip 9.0.3 has been released which restores the compatibility for bears like PySafetyBear that were depending on packages that do import pip
So now should we exclude pip 9.0.2 specifically, or let things be the way they are ? (reference,
Although in all probabilty all packages like PySafety etc needs to get the changes to be ready for pip 10)
@jayvdb
Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Apr 01 2018 10:17
I think it need to be gets changed to 9.0.3 :+1: but after testing all.

PySafety

@virresh referring to safety package or PySafetyBear ?

Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Apr 01 2018 10:19
safety package :sweat_smile:
Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Apr 01 2018 10:19
:smile: :+1:
pinning is the best then :sweat_smile:
Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Apr 01 2018 10:22
I guess so, the only oddity I felt is that it might be that pip gets more updates in the 9.0.x series before pip 10
Although unlikely, but if it happens, it would bar versions above 9.0.2 (like 9.0.3) because 9.0.2 was a rushed up release...

I think it need to be gets changed to 9.0.3 :+1: but after testing all.

Just did a quick push against the master branch on my circle ci, seems fine for now :sweat_smile:

Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Apr 01 2018 10:26

because 9.0.2 was a rushed up release...

I guess they will consider all the edge cases :laughing:

Just did a quick push

Nice :+1:

Viresh Gupta
@virresh
Apr 01 2018 10:28

I guess they will consider all the edge cases :laughing:

Yeah, this was expected of them :laughing:
But apparently they got quite a lot of backlash on this one on the github issue thread for rushing up and not warning the dependant packages

Vaibhav Rai
@RaiVaibhav
Apr 01 2018 10:29
:laughing: