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Python 3.7 does not appear to be supported anymore

See original GitHub issue

Hi! My env file looks like this:

name: my-env
  - conda-forge
  - defaults
  - python<3.8
  - networkit==6.1.0

However, the setup-miniconda logs report that Python 3.8.5 is being added to the env file, which then predictably fails

2021-03-29T16:03:37.0343949Z Making patched copy of 'environment-file: my-service/env.yml'
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0344996Z name: my-env
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0345729Z channels:
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0346613Z   - defaults
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0347511Z   - conda-forge
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0348311Z dependencies:
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0349231Z   - python<3.8
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0350128Z   - networkit==6.1.0
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0370060Z   - python=3.8.5
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0371612Z ##[group]Updating 'my-env' env from conda env update...
2021-03-29T16:03:37.0373261Z [command]/usr/share/miniconda/condabin/conda env update --name my-env --file /tmp/environment-patched.yml
2021-03-29T16:04:09.3426732Z Collecting package metadata (repodata.json): ...working... done
2021-03-29T16:04:09.3822645Z Solving environment: ...working... failed
2021-03-29T16:04:09.3833700Z ##[warning]
  - python[version='3.8.5.*,<3.8']

Is this related to the new update? It has not failed in the past. I tried pinning setup-miniconda@2.0.0 but had the same error result. Ideally, I’d like to be able to specify the Python version in my env.yml file.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:6 (4 by maintainers)

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bollwyvlcommented, Mar 29, 2021

Lacking more precise information…

v2.1 tries to reduce the number of successive re-solves of the environment, for performance reasons.

If you specify use: python-version:, it will always override whatever it finds in environment.yml, as it now actually creates a patched version of the file and conda env updates that in one shot.

Note that #160 (which did provide enough information to debug the issue) points out that we’re messing up the channel ordering, because javascript, but we’ll get that sorted this evening.

In the near term (e.g. next 24 hours), try removing python-version, and provided you are not bit by the channel ordering bug, you should see the expected behavior.

sam-hoffmancommented, Mar 30, 2021

Thank you @bollwyvl ! You are correct, removing python-version from the actions specification fixed the problem. This issue can be closed 😃 Thank you so much for all your hard work, all of you

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