>From scratch, I install Anaconda and then install Leo using git. I start
Leo using a shell script in a terminal that pulls the latest code, runs
launchLeo.py --session-restore --session-save, then commits any changes in
checked in Leo files to fossil once Leo is shut down.

This keeps me up to date.

Chris

On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 6:01 AM, Edward K. Ream <edream...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
>
> On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 7:06 AM, Largo84 <larg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I recently had to reinstall Leo on my assistant's PC after a computer
>> upgrade. I was sorta dreading the experience, but found that the Anaconda
>> route was actually pretty easy.
>>
>
> ​Good to hear.
> ​
>
>
>> However, I have a documentation comment and a question:
>>
>>    1. Following the instructions, I tried the pip install leo command in
>>    the Anaconda console, but got a permissions error. I had to run the 
>> Console
>>    command as an Administrator (right-cick and select). Perhaps that should 
>> be
>>    added to the Leo docs as it may not be obvious to others (it wasn't to me
>>    at first)?
>>
>> ​I'll put this on the list for Leo 5.7 final.  It's too late to mess with
> the installation docs now.  Btw, I am still dithering what to do about
> Matt's suggestions.
>
> Expect 5.7 final on Friday.  We should have plenty of time to deal with
> last remaining issues, including documentation, by then.​
>
>>
>>    1. On my own machine, I always run Leo from a GitHub directory so I
>>    can run the most current version. What about on her machine? How does
>>    Anaconda work to keep Leo updated?
>>
>> ​It doesn't.  If you install Leo from Anaconda you are using the last
> version of Leo that Anaconda knows about, not the latest github version.
> So if you are using git to keep Leo up to date (as you should ;-) you
> should *not* install Leo using Anaconda.​
>
> HTH
>
> Edward
>
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