Asked By – Amelio Vazquez-Reina
Can I install/upgrade packages from GitHub using conda?
For example, with
pip I can do:
pip install git+git://github.com/scrappy/scrappy@master
scrappy directly from the
master branch in GitHub. Can I do something equivalent with conda?
If this is not possible, would it make any sense to install pip with conda and manage such local installations with pip?
Now we will see solution for issue: Conda: Installing / upgrading directly from github
There’s better support for this now through
conda-env. You can, for example, now do:
name: sample_env channels: dependencies: - requests - bokeh>=0.10.0 - pip: - "--editable=git+https://github.com/pythonforfacebook/facebook-sdk.git@8c0d34291aaafec00e02eaa71cc2a242790a0fcc#egg=facebook_sdk-master"
It’s still calling pip under the covers, but you can now unify your conda and pip package specifications in a single
If you wanted to update your root environment with this file, you would need to save this to a file (for example,
environment.yml), then run the command:
conda env update -f environment.yml.
It’s more likely that you would want to create a new environment:
conda env create -f environment.yml (changed as supposed in the comments)
This question is answered By – Aron Ahmadia
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