[Chimera-users] Using pip/easy install in Python 2.7.8 included in Chimera

Ahir Pushpanath Ahir.Pushpanath at matthey.com
Thu Nov 5 05:50:44 PST 2015

Dear Chimera Team,
              As I specifically want to use the python included with chimera as the main python distribution available on my system, I am limited to using the python version shipped with it, as a standard. This is no problem for me, however, I am struggling to get pip /easy install working with the inbuilt python, namely because of errors between "urllib3" and python versions below 2.7.10. So, I keep getting HTTPS errors. Is there any way to use pip and easy install properly with the inbuilt Chimera Python? I did see a section called "import python modules into Chimera", but it appears as though that requires an additional python distribution to be present on the system?

Please do let me know.


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