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Switching branches in windows and pip install error #1210

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Garyfallidis opened this Issue Mar 31, 2017 · 6 comments

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Garyfallidis commented Mar 31, 2017

@matthew-brett and all
In windows 10 after I switch branches and do
pip install --user -e .
I get compilation errors.
But if we download the specific branch and pip install it is all good.
I believe that for some reason the binary files are not deleted and pip install does not replace them.
In linux we do make clean; make ext. But what is the clean option in Windows?

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Garyfallidis commented Mar 31, 2017

Is this the --no-cache option?

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matthew-brett commented Apr 1, 2017

The --no-cache option should affect an -e install.

Is there any problem with doing git clean -fxd? That will clean up your source for you, but you should probably check git status beforehand to make sure you're not going to delete anything you want.

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Garyfallidis commented Apr 1, 2017

Okay this will probably do the trick. Will investigate more and get back to you. I find it difficult to replicate the problem in my machine. Will work with @maryamafzali who identified the problem first and get back to you. May take a few days. Thanks!

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arokem commented Apr 20, 2017

What's the status on this one?

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arokem commented May 8, 2017

Was this resolved?

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maryamafzali commented May 8, 2017

@arokem arokem closed this May 8, 2017

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