Install applications with conda
Install applications using conda
Tiny conda extension (actually a commandline tool using conda) to install applications.
The main advantages are:
very simple cross-platform installation commands for Windows, macOS and Linux (and different shells, as bash, fish and zsh).
the applications are installed in isolated conda environments.
commands provided by the applications are available system-wide, i.e. when the associated conda environment is not activated.
Installation of conda-app
conda-app needs to be installed in the
base conda environment:
conda activate base pip install conda-app
Note that conda-app needs Python >= 3.6, so if your base environment still uses
Python 2.7, you first need to update it with
conda update conda and
conda install python=3.
With the conda-forge channel added (
conda config --add channels conda-forge),
one should be able to install Mercurial (plus few important extensions) with:
conda-app install mercurial
This should also work:
conda-app list conda-app uninstall mercurial
Open a new terminal (on Windows, the "Conda Prompt") and the Mercurial
hg should be available.
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