Evaluate basing builds on anaconda + conda rather than stock python + pip
|Assignee:||Joel Palmius||% Done:|
|Target version:||MakeHuman 1.1.2|
Anaconda seems somewhat more competent in some regards, and there are packages available for conda which are not available for pip. Most notably there is a conda package for pyside2.
Maybe using conda would also make it possible to avoid disruptive events such as when riverside pulled pyqt4 without warning.
#2 Updated by Joel Palmius about 1 year ago
I don't know. It's not self-evident that the output from pyinstaller would necessarily be larger just because it was evaluated within the scope of anaconda rather than within stock python + pip. That's one part that would need to be evaluated I guess.
But it'd be a lot more convenient to work with anaconda now that we're twiddling around with multiple different setups (testing qt4 vs qt5 on py2 vs py3 and so forth).
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