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Re: How to use pip3 libs abcent in guix repo?

From: znavko
Subject: Re: How to use pip3 libs abcent in guix repo?
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2021 18:09:52 +0000

Thank you for tricks!

February 18, 2021 3:45 PM, "Jelle Licht" <> wrote:

> Hey Znavko,
> znavko--- via <> writes:
>> Hello, developers and users!
>> I wish to use python-binance, ta-lib, python-websocket-client, python-numpy 
>> as in this video
>> (
>> Guix repository already has python-numpy, python-websocket-client packages, 
>> but others abcent.
>> How can I use python libs downloading them from web without installation by 
>> guix pm?
>> Is there proper way to setup python libraries in my system, where to place 
>> it and how to link it?
> As a python 'noob' who started seriously playing around with it about a
> week ago, I might save you some hassle:
> It is really, really much easier to work with guix-managed dependencies;
> check out the guix pypi importer to see how this can work.
> If you do not want do that, for whichever reason, I can recommend using
> a virtualenv. Open a guix environment by issuing:
> `guix environment --ad-hoc python-pip python-virtualenv python-numpy 
> python-websocket-client
> python'
> Note that it is important that the "python" package comes last in this
> invocation!
> In the spawned shell, run:
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
> virtualenv -p python3 my-amazing-venv
> source my-amazing-venv/bin/activate
> pip3 install python-binance
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> After that, but still in your `guix environment' + `source
> my-amazing-venv/bin/activate' shell, you should be able to verify that
> you can load up binance:
> `python3 -m binance'
> It won't complain about not finding the binance module, so in this case,
> no output = good news.
> Because all of this is a kind of terrible user experience, it might make
> sense to string all of this stuff together in a shell script. Again, I'd
> like to state that simply getting all of the packages you need packaged
> for guix (locally or in guix proper) makes all of this complexity go away.
> HTH,
> - Jelle

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