noarch: pythonpackages. Other packages, include
noarch: genericwill match the file list given in info/files or info/paths.json.
-vvv. Look for lines like:
TRACE conda.core.path_actions:execute(374): linking /home/jhelmus/conda/pkgs/imagesize-1.2.0-py_0/site-packages/imagesize-1.2.0.dist-info/RECORD => /home/jhelmus/conda/envs/test/lib/python3.8/site-packages/imagesize-1.2.0.dist-info/RECORD
noarch: generichas no special cases around files. The files in the package and linked/copied into the environment in the same manner as
noarch: falsepackages. What makes them "special" is that they are not restricted to a particular platform.
cph t ca-certificates-2019.5.15-1.tar.bz2 .conda
anaconda, but I'm trying to use the CLI to get information about files in a particular label. While I can call
anaconda show user/packageand
anaconda show user/package/version, I cant find anything about listing packages with a given label. Especially with a parsable output
(py38) 20:14 dboe@fc-ubu1-005 ~/git/rna git commit -am "moving now everything to setup.cfg"
[INFO] Installing environment for https://gitlab.com/dboe/dough/.
[INFO] Once installed this environment will be reused.
[INFO] This may take a few minutes...
An unexpected error has occurred: CalledProcessError: command: ('/opt/anaconda/bin/python', '-mvirtualenv', '/home/IPP-HGW/dboe/.cache/pre-commit/repohm1rb_i9/py_env-default', '-p', '/opt/anaconda/bin/python3.7')
return code: 1
expected return code: 0
ImportError: cannot import name 'DETACHED_PROCESS' from 'virtualenv.util.subprocess' (/opt/anaconda/lib/python3.7/site-packages/virtualenv/util/subprocess/init.py)
Check the log at /home/IPP-HGW/dboe/.cache/pre-commit/pre-commit.log
Hello, on Ubuntu 18.04, where can I find the spec file (if that's how it's called) of the environment?
I want to upgrade some package to a new version, but other packages are holding it back. I think some packages have set restrictions too strict. For example,
some_pkg=10.3, while actually it would have worked with
Basically I'm looking for the file which keeps track of the required library versions when you execute a command such as:
conda install nodejs=10. Where can I find this spec file?
@jjhelmus Thank you for your reply. How does Anaconda keep track that a package should be a specific version? If I did
conda install python=3.7, it will never try to update to
3.8. Where are these "package has to be version x" requirements stored of an environment?
I want to update nodejs to v10, but conda doesn't want to let me update from v6. I suspect that there is a package requirement that is overly limiting in what versions should be used, so I want to manually overwrite that package requirement.