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Feb 2016
bicubic
@bicubic
Feb 10 2016 02:15
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rahul bhola
@georoot
Feb 10 2016 10:28
Hi, noob in win over here. I am used to Linux terminal. I need to install opencv package in win. Can someone please help me on the same ? Also does pip work in win and if yes then how ?
Min RK
@minrk
Feb 10 2016 10:29
I think maybe the best way to get OpenCV on Windows is from their website: http://opencv.org/downloads.html
rahul bhola
@georoot
Feb 10 2016 10:30
@minrk thanks for the reply, let me test it out, Sorry for the noob installation query but I am used to pip and win environment is new to me
Min RK
@minrk
Feb 10 2016 10:31
pip generally works fine on Windows, but I don't think opencv is pip-installable
rahul bhola
@georoot
Feb 10 2016 10:32
okay just found the command prompt . Hope this would make things simpler
yes both python and pip are working over here. :smile:
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
Feb 10 2016 13:26
What’s the current status on (python) objects being able to define their own tab completion behavior, similar to how they’d define their own repr? I saw this, but that’s at the kernel level, and ipython/ipython#5304 for dict-like objects. The context here is a pandas user wanting to tab complete on index=<key> in a function and get the options for key from the DataFrames’s index.
pydata/pandas#12280 If anyone is curious. And I understand that this is a pretty specific use case that might not make sense to design around
Min RK
@minrk
Feb 10 2016 13:47
Object can define their attribute completions with __dir__
There isn't a mechanism for objects to define their own keyword-arg completions, though.
Tom Augspurger
@TomAugspurger
Feb 10 2016 13:50
Ok, thanks
Adam Peller
@peller
Feb 10 2016 15:14
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