conda convertΒΆ

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NAME

       conda - conda convert


DESCRIPTION

       usage: conda-convert [-h]

       [-p
       {osx-64,linux-32,linux-64,linux-ppc64le,linux-armv6l,linux-armv7l,linux-aarch64,win-32,win-64,all}]
              [--dependencies      [DEPENDENCIES      [DEPENDENCIES     ...]]]
              [--show-imports] [-f]  [-o  OUTPUT_DIR]  [-v]  [--dry-run]  [-q]
              files [files ...]

       Various  tools  to  convert conda packages. Takes a pure Python package
       build for one platform and converts it to work on  one  or  more  other
       platforms, or all.


OPTIONS

   positional arguments:
       files  Package files to convert.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              Show this help message and exit.

       -p
       {osx-64,linux-32,linux-64,linux-ppc64le,linux-armv6l,linux-armv7l,linux-aarch64,win-32,win-64,all},
       --platform
       {osx-64,linux-32,linux-64,linux-ppc64le,linux-armv6l,linux-armv7l,linux-aarch64,win-32,win-64,all}
              Platform to convert the packages to.

       --dependencies  [DEPENDENCIES  [DEPENDENCIES  ...]],  -d  [DEPENDENCIES
       [DEPENDENCIES ...]]
              Additional  (besides python) dependencies of the converted pack-
              age. To specify a version restriction for a dependency, wrap the
              dependency in quotes, like 'package >=2.0'.

       --show-imports
              Show Python imports for compiled parts of the package.

       -f, --force
              Force convert, even when a package has compiled C extensions.

       -o OUTPUT_DIR, --output-dir OUTPUT_DIR
              Directory  to write the output files. The packages will be orga-
              nized   in   platform/   subdirectories,   e.g.,    win-32/pack-
              age-1.0-py27_0.tar.bz2.

       -v, --verbose
              Print verbose output.

       --dry-run
              Only display what would have been done.

       -q, --quiet
              Don't print as much output.

       Tool to convert packages

       conda convert converts pure Python packages to other platforms.

       Packages  are  automatically  organized  in subdirectories according to
       platform, e.g.,

       osx-64/

              package-1.0-py33.tar.bz2

       win-32/

              package-1.0-py33.tar.bz2


EXAMPLES

       Convert a package built with conda build to Windows 64-bit,  and  place
       the  resulting  package  in  the current directory (supposing a default
       Anaconda install on Mac OS X):

              conda convert package-1.0-py33.tar.bz2 -p win-64

   conda commands available from other packages:
              build build-all convert develop env  index  inspect  metapackage
              render server sign skeleton smithy tracker verify



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