Fokko commented on issue #3252: Flask as dependancy
   Hi Maxime,
   Thanks for merging the PR. When looked online for similar issues, the 
closest one I can find is this one:
   They solve it by including `Flask>=0.10.1` as a dependancy so the 
`flask_appbuilder` can still decide on the version. Personally I would 
recommend to pin the version, this makes debugging easier because everyone is 
running the same version of Flask.
   To get back to your question, I do not use `pip install superset`, but I 
build it from source [as 
   apt-get update \
   && apt-get install -y npm git build-essential libssl-dev libffi-dev 
libsasl2-dev libldap2-dev nodejs-legacy python-dev python-pip \
   && pip install --upgrade setuptools pip \
   && npm install -g npm@'>=5.0.3' \
   && git clone $SUPERSET_HOME \
   && cd $SUPERSET_HOME/superset/assets \
   && npm install \
   && npm run build \
   && cd $SUPERSET_HOME \
   && python install
   This is happening in a clean Docker ubuntu image.
   Cheers, Fokko
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