Some commands for Anaconda:
# Which version do I have?
> conda --version
# (recommended me to update the conda using "conda update -n base conda", so...)
> conda update -n base conda
# Following https://www.tensorflow.org/install/install_windows, I ran:
> conda create -n venv_tf python=3.5
(venv_tf) > pip install --ignore-installed --upgrade tensorflow
Useful commands from command line:
lsvirtualenv to view virtual environments
C:\Dev\venv\Scripts\activate to activate the virtual environment located in
Other notes on PyCharm:
- PyCharm’s built-in Terminal does NOT work as an external command line. I witnessed different error messages (formatted differently, less detailed) in the built-in Terminal. In one case,
python setup.py did NOT work from the built-in Terminal, while the same command worked from a normal command line.
- If the packages you install need for some reason Visual Studio C++ of some version, it did NOT help me to add to the PATH the directories where my Visual Studio C++ was located (namely,
set PATH=C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\9.0\VC\Bin\amd64;C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\9.0\WinSDK\Bin\x64;C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Programs\Common\Microsoft\Visual C++ for Python\9.0\WinSDK\Bin;%PATH%). Instead, press “Start”, then search for “Visual C++ Command Prompt” or something like that, and this command prompt already includes in its %PATH% variable the relevant directories.
Other notes on python:
- https://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/ — Unofficial Windows Binaries for Python Extension Packages