4 points by j in: 3 years ago | 3 comments

2 points by ish 3 years ago | discuss | on: My Python Development Environment, 2020 Edition
I'm very happy to see this update to his last environment post. I adopted pipenv and pipsi partially due to his advice. Since then, pipenv had lost a lot of community faith and pipsi is no longer maintained. I've started migrating to pipx recently, and long ago purged pipenv from my projects. I dropped back to simple pip and venv for most projects, and am starting to adopt poetry.
1 point by intrepidhero 3 years ago | 1 comment | on: My Python Development Environment, 2020 Edition
Genuinely curious: has anyone had an experience where installing a library messed up the system python? I expect that my usage is pretty simple. My projects tend to depend on a handful of mainstream libraries. And I tend to rely on the more pedestrian features of python instead of the bleeding edge. So maybe it's just me but I struggle to imagine a case where my needs for development risk messing up the system python install.
1 point by jpscaletti 3 years ago | discuss | parent | on: My Python Development Environment, 2020 Edition
It happened to me some years ago with CentOS, where the OS package manager is (was?) written in Python. Suddenly, I couln't update anything and wasn't sure which python library was the one causing the problem. Never again.