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Re: [HTCondor-users] v8.9.9 on conda-forge

Ahhh yes. I did remember that message during Euro-HTCondorWeek.

You folks have given me enough means to follow the status and I will try my best to use the containers in my upcoming session.


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On Thursday, November 12th, 2020 at 8:00 PM, Tim Theisen <tim@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Matt,

I know of no way to mix and match versions. I would wait for the conda-forge build to be ready.

We are working on updating conda-forge to HTCondor 8.9.9. Changes in the 8.9.9 release tripped up the automatic build in conda-forge. We had to apply a few patches to get it to build on Linux. We think that we have those issues resolved. We are working to see if we can build it on MacOS as well. This work is progressing slowly, because our primary developer that works with conda-forge is currently out on paternity leave.


On 11/12/20 5:25 AM, mtwest2718 via HTCondor-users wrote:
There seemed to have been an issue with the auto-update of htcondor packages to conda-forge, as the latest version is the 3+ month old 8.9.8. PyPI has the latest dev version, so is there a way to mix & match the conda & pip installs or should I just wait for conda-forge packages to be updated?


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