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Install scikit-learn from conda, remove libunwind as a direct dependency #1611

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@valeriupredoi valeriupredoi commented Apr 6, 2020

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  • Moving installation of scikit-learn from conda-forge instead of pypi since I noticed build issues in Build of scikit-learn problematic if from pypi #1610
  • Relax requirements so that now netcdf4 installs the latest version with parallel write enabled via mpi_mpich
  • Changes:
    • removed libunwind

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Closes #1610 and #1612

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valeriupredoi commented Apr 7, 2020

btw why are the doc tests failing? -> nevermind, they're passing now 🎉

@valeriupredoi valeriupredoi changed the title moved installation of scikit-learn to conda Clean up and optimize environment (with netcdf4 parallel write enabled) Apr 7, 2020
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bouweandela commented Apr 8, 2020

There seems to be some overlap with #1570, could you address the merge conflicts and check what is still needed?

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valeriupredoi commented Apr 8, 2020

done! 🍺

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valeriupredoi commented Apr 8, 2020

...and passed testy-tests 😁

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@bouweandela bouweandela changed the title Clean up and optimize environment (with netcdf4 parallel write enabled) Install scikit-learn from conda, remove libunwind as a direct dependency Apr 16, 2020
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valeriupredoi commented Apr 16, 2020

build was failing, was aboot to investigate that, was it just a hiccup on the CI machine and eventually had passed when you merged? @bouweandela

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bouweandela commented Apr 16, 2020

Conda build probably ran out of memory, happens all the time

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valeriupredoi commented Apr 16, 2020

we need to investigate that, man, that's pretty annoying, cheers for merging 🍺

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