A Conda environment allows developers to use and manage different versions of Python in its packages. This can be useful for testing and development on legacy systems. Environments can be saved, cloned, and exported so that others can replicate results.
Here are some common environment management commands.
For environment creation:
conda create --name env_name prog1 prog2 conda create --name env_name python=3 prog3
For listing environments:
conda env list
To verify the environment:
conda info --envs
To clone the environment:
conda create --name new_env --clone old_env
To remove environments:
conda remove --name env_name -all
Users can share environments by creating a YAML file, which recipients can use to ...