On 13 April 2018 at 23:02, Niharika Jakhar <niharika1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you for your reply. I am using LINUX.
Ah, then that means the resoluation unfortunately be distro dependent :(
If you're using the distro provided pip or pip3 installation, then
you'll need to do a distro level package update to get the newer
version (assuming your distro has made the newer version available).
If you're using a user level installation, then you'll need to run
"python -m pip install --upgrade --user pip" to update the user level
pip installation for Python 2.
If you're using virtual environments, then I would have expected the
suggested command to work, but you'll need to run it in each affected
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