Dear RDkitters,

regarding the answer of my last question:
"The conda builds for linux and the mac should have freeSASA support enabled. 
At the time we made the release there was a problem building the code on 
Windows, so that wasn't there yet.
You can test that it's there by doing:
from rdkit.Chem import rdFreeSASA

I tried to import rdFreeSASA this way.
I still try to run it through conda, my rdkit package is the 2017.09.01 py36_1 
version. But if I try to import rdFreeSASA it´s just an unresolved reference.
So might it possible, FreeSASA is not compiled in this package version?
Do I have to compile it myself?

Best Wishes
Bastian Seifert

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