Where is pip package manager ?
how do you install the PIP manager ?
i am not familiar with Pythonista just yet.
JonB last edited by
First, understand that the Pythonista environment is a somewhat limited version of python. You get a full python interpreter, however any modules which are not written in pure python cannot be installed. Pythonista comes with numpy, matplotlib, and a few others, but if you are looking for scipy, pandas or the like, don't even try, it won't work.
You should install
That is like bash, and includes a version of pip. Again, don't try to install non pure py modules.
thank you for your help.
could you tell me how to know if a package meets the ‘pure python’ criteria, other than trial & error ?
ccc last edited by ccc
For a GitHub repo, look for
Languagesat the bottom of the right column. If that list only includes Python then that is a good sign.