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Pip3 from Python3 upgrade will break Pip from Python #25752
Under the current installs, if you do:
Python 3.4 (expected GA date 16 March) should reduce these woes because it will embed pip in the Python3 distribution.
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Jan 19, 2014
@cclauss Even when I reverse the order of the
I tried the following, but it didn't solve the problem:
To solve the problem, I had to run:
That left me with
This is not fixed (or maybe it used to be fixed and it's a regression).
Steps to reproduce:
My first attempt to repair this broke something, so I first completely removed my existing Python installations (this should hopefully be obvious, but don't run these commands unless you know what to re-install later):
Then I re-installed both versions of Python, starting with Python 2.7:
I could restore the
This isn't a Homebrew formula issue per se.