CondaPkg._compatible_libstdcxx_ng_versionMethod
_compatible_libstdcxx_ng_version()

Version of libstdcxx-ng compatible with the libstdc++ loaded into Julia.

Specifying the package "libstdcxx-ng" with version "<=julia" will replace the version with this one. This should be used by anything which embeds Python into the Julia process - for instance it is used by PythonCall.

CondaPkg.activate!Method
activate!(env)

"Activate" the Conda environment by modifying the given dict of environment variables.

CondaPkg.addMethod
add(pkg; version="", channel="", build="", resolve=true)

Adds a dependency to the current environment.

CondaPkg.add_channelMethod
add_channel(channel; resolve=true)

Adds a channel to the current environment.

CondaPkg.add_pipMethod
add_pip(pkg; version="", binary="", resolve=true)

Adds a pip dependency to the current environment.

Warning

Use conda dependencies instead if at all possible. Pip does not handle version conflicts gracefully, so it is possible to get incompatible versions.

CondaPkg.bindirsMethod
bindirs()

The directories containing binaries in the Conda environment.

CondaPkg.envdirMethod
envdir(...)

The root directory of the Conda environment.

Any additional arguments are joined to the path.

Throws an error if backend is Null.

CondaPkg.gcMethod
gc()

Remove unused packages and caches.

CondaPkg.rmMethod
rm(pkg; resolve=true)

Removes a dependency from the current environment.

CondaPkg.rm_channelMethod
rm_channel(channel; resolve=true)

Removes a channel from the current environment.

CondaPkg.rm_pipMethod
rm_pip(pkg; resolve=true)

Removes a pip dependency from the current environment.

CondaPkg.statusMethod
status()

Show the status of the current environment.

This does not include dependencies from nested environments.

CondaPkg.whichMethod
which(progname)

Find the binary called progname in the Conda environment.

CondaPkg.withenvMethod
withenv(f::Function)

Call f() while the Conda environment is active.