Sorry to revive this post, but I just wanted to install the newest rhino plugin (version 1.18.0), but when I run the installation file, I get this error
I then thought, that I might need to uninstall the current version first, but the I get this error
If I go to the folder it’s looking for, it’s apparent that the folder doesn’t exist on my computer. I only have the
Also, as you can see on the second image, I have 2 idle PO.Revit plugins on my computer… So it’s all super messy. I just opened rhino and can conclude that both the rhino and the grasshopper plugins are gone, but PO.Revit still works fine.
Hi, @labrosse - Sorry for the error. Can you share the installer log file with us? You should be able to see the error there. They are under the
%TEMP% folder and named as
Thank you, @labrosse! This the error:
no such option: --python
There has been an error.
Error running C:\Program Files/ladybug_tools/python/python -m pip --python "C:\Program Files/ladybug_tools/python/python.exe" install -r "C:\Program Files/ladybug_tools/lbt/requirements.txt" --no-index --find-links "C:\Program Files/ladybug_tools/lbt" -I --no-warn-script-location:
C:\Program Files\ladybug_tools\python\python.exe -m pip <command> [options]
no such option: --python
Exiting with code 1
Can you run this command from the command line? It looks like for some reason the installer on your machine has an older version of pip.
"C:\Program Files\ladybug_tools\python\python.exe" -m pip --version
Thanks! That is the problem. It should be version
@mingbo, do you know why this might be happening? I can’t think of a good workaround here because the installer overwrites the Python installation every time.
Hi, @labrosse - @mingbo pointed out that in your case the pip is loading from the other installed Python under AppData folder. That should not happen but there is a reason that this comic exists! ¯_(ツ)_/¯
In any case, try running this command to update the
pip installation, and then try to re-run the Pollination installer. This should resolve the issue for now.
"C:\Program Files\ladybug_tools\python\python.exe" -m pip install --upgrade pip
@mingbo, we should probably use the full path to the pip file in the installer instead of using the
python -m pip command.
Thanks guys, that did the charm
Got an error, but I guess it isn’t relevant as the installation worked, right?
Installing collected packages: pip
Attempting uninstall: pip
Found existing installation: pip 22.0.4
Successfully uninstalled pip-22.0.4
WARNING: The scripts pip.exe, pip3.10.exe, pip3.7.exe and pip3.exe are installed in 'C:\Users\eyx826\AppData\Roaming\Python\Python37\Scripts' which is not on PATH.
Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location.
Successfully installed pip-22.3.1
Hi @labrosse I have just released a new version of the installer. Would you mind to download and test it on your machine?
Just ran the installation without problems. Thanks!