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#15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started #169

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jamesweakley commented Mar 31, 2017

As per discussion in #15

Readme now makes it more obvious how to get started running the agent in a docker container. Directs Windows users to this option.

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Thanks @jamesweakley !

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tlbtlbtlb commented Mar 31, 2017

Thanks @jamesweakley !

tlbtlbtlb added a commit that referenced this pull request May 15, 2017

#15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started (#…
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* Install pytest in the docker image, and clean up and python cache files

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

tlbtlbtlb added a commit that referenced this pull request May 18, 2017

Set OPENAI_REMOTE_VERBOSE=0 in env to quiet remote container logs (#185)
* Set OPENAI_REMOTE_VERBOSE=0 to disable container logging

* Support gym without configure (#162)

* Major surgery to avoid gym.Env.configure

* track flashgames

* Forward configure through Timer-Render-Throttle

Logger now takes print_frequency in constructor

* More configure fixes. py.test passes locally

* Upgrade to gym 0.8

* Require 0.8.1

* configure bugfixes

* Record env metadata & spec. Use semantics.async instead of spec.vnc

* Bump tox version of gym for travis

* Fix race condition when recording from multiple threads on non-async envs

* sub-bump

* Bump

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started (#169)

* Install pytest in the docker image, and clean up and python cache files

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* #15 Update main readme to assist Windows users with getting started

* Fixes #171

Travis didn’t catch this. Perhaps we should test with `pip install` and
not  just copy the directory.
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