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"pip: command not found" in installs of 2.7.9 and 2.7.10 #411
Lately, I've noticed the following issue with 2.7 installs, especially 2.7.9 and 2.7.10 (both of which should include pip automatically).
Okay, let's switch...
Cool. So, let's make sure pip is working...
...huh. Well, let's install it manually, anyways:
Okay, now let's see if pip even exists.
This exact same issue occurs with 2.7.9, but not any 3.X version that I've installed (recently, 3.4.3 and 3.5.0b2).
This is not a valid test for the presence of pip:
The shims are part of pyenv that are used to delegate work out to the "active" version of python.
You want to use the following:
On my virtual machine::
Your "local installation" appears to have installed pip for the "system" version. I imagine if you do the following, it will work:
P.S. I'm not in any way affiliated with the project. Just another pyenv user that is not seeing the same behavior.
However, this doesn't work for 2.x other than 2.7.10.
So, it started to appeared as though pyenv doesn't seem to play nicely with Homebrew's python formula. However, in my
Looking at the installations within
Contrast this with the pyenv installation of 3.4.3:
@jackmaney I confirmed the reproduction of the issue with existence of
This will only happen if there is Homebrew's library path is in
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After doing a bit of digging, I discovered that the
Thanks for the help!