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Update and sync dependencies in `requirements.txt` and `environment.yml` #350

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rossbar commented Nov 22, 2019

This PR addresses issue #349 by:

  • updating the versions of dependencies in both environment.yml and requirements.txt so that they are consistent with each other.
  • Verifying that creating the environment works using either conda or the venv module.
  • Updating the README with a few additional instructions on how to create the environment with using venv (for non-conda users).

Currently the conda-ish way of setting up the environment isn't tested at all in the CI. I don't have any experience with wercker, but it seems like adding the following to wercker.yml under the build pipeline might do the trick:

    - script:
        name: test conda build
        code: |
          conda env create --name elegant-scipy -f environment.yml

I didn't add it because I don't want to break the CI for the repo. Let me know if this is something that would be of interest.

rossbar added 4 commits Nov 22, 2019
Changed the pinned versions of packages in requirements.txt
to those that result from installation in a new venv.
Verified environment.yml yields a functional working environment
locally (conda 4.7.12, python 3.7.5).
* Added a sub-section to the README on dependency installation to
  include instructions for setting up a virtual environment using
  the built-in venv module (for non-conda users)

* Updated .gitignore to automatically ignore venv/ folder

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jni commented Nov 22, 2019

This looks great, thanks @rossbar! I must admit I'm not sure about Wercker but it's worth adding that and seeing if it doesn't break. If it does break, you can always revert that commit!


rossbar added 3 commits Nov 22, 2019
This reverts commit 3c32cf5.

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rossbar commented Nov 22, 2019

Ok, I think this is ready for review.

I tried modifying the wercker CI but my approach did not work. I reverted and ended up having to modify the pip-install step in the wercker build to force pip to re-install everything. At least the CI is working again, though it is still not testing the constructing of the conda environment

Modified dependencies files to remove bs4 alias as per #331.

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stefanv commented Nov 28, 2019

Do we still want the force option in there? Otherwise looks good, thanks!

@jni jni merged commit 2473d74 into elegant-scipy:master Nov 28, 2019
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jni commented Nov 28, 2019

@stefanv worst case, it means there is no caching used on Werker envs, so I think it's fine to merge as is. We can revert if it causes trouble. Thanks again @rossbar!

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