Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of DevNotes/DevGuide/CondaDevSetup5.0


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Mar 25, 2019 12:15:06 PM (4 months ago)
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Visual C++ 14 Build Tools added, verified with a fresh&empty Win10-64 install

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  • DevNotes/DevGuide/CondaDevSetup5.0

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    1111 * By default of Windows anaconda is installed for single user and not "everyone", which means you cannot run the conda command from an arbitrary command window. If you proceeded with default installation, you need to open Anaconda Prompt from Menu Start. Otherwise you can install anaconda for everyone, which requires root privileges. If "conda" is not a recognised command then add the install directory to your Windows user Path variable.[[BR]] 
    1212 * If you have a failing reference to a "conda.binstar.org/!PeterParker/win-64/repodata.json" file, then edit this out of the anaconda start up file at users/username/.condarc as you may still have left it there from an older sasview installation system. 
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     14== Step 1.2 - Install Microsoft Visual C++ 14 Build Tools == 
     15Some Python packages installed later require the Microsoft Visual C++ 14 build tools. If not already installed, e.g. by the complete Visual Studio, use [http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=691126&fixForIE=.exe. this link to download the Visual C++ 2015 Build Tools] directly. That will install Visual C++ 14 without installing Visual Studio. It requires Administrator permissions. 
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    1417== Step 2 - Download !SasView and sasmodels from github ==