To be clear, when I said “virtualenv” I was talking about conda virtual
environments; I was not mixing them.
Possibly what happened was a pip installed package pulled in some old
dependencies and things somehow got mixed up. I now suspect it was
nb-mermaid, as that was the only other thing I remember installing between
the time it worked and it broke.
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 11:16 PM Roland Weber <rolwe...@de.ibm.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 1:48:51 AM UTC+1, gwhe...@ebay.com
>> I ended up having to reinstall Anaconda. Not sure how it got so messed up
>> but it turned into a game of whack-a-mole and even creating new virtualenvs
>> didn't help.
> Mixing conda envs with virtualenvs sounds like a bad idea.
> I recommend using Miniconda instead of the full Anaconda installer. The
> latter will put a ton of packages into the conda root environment. While
> other conda environments don't inherit the packages from there, its bin
> folder is in the path. So command-line programs like jupyter might be
> started from and running in the conda root environment, while you're
> looking at the package list of some other conda environment.
> Miniconda keeps the root environment as clean as possible. And you can
> still install the default packages from Anaconda in any other conda
> environment, using the meta package "anaconda".
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