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conda - conda render
usage: conda-render [-h] [-V] [-n] [--output] [--python PYTHON_VER]
[--perl PERL_VER] [--numpy NUMPY_VER] [--R R_VER]
[--lua LUA_VER] [-c CHANNEL] [--override-channels] [-f FILE]
Tool for building conda packages. A conda package is a binary tarball
containing system-level libraries, Python modules, executable programs,
or other components. conda keeps track of dependencies between packages
and platform specifics, making it simple to create working environments
different sets of packages.
Path to recipe directory.
Show this help message and exit.
Show the conda-build version number and exit.
When templating can't be completed, do not obtain the source to
try fill in related template variables.
Output the conda package filename which would have been created
Set the Python version used by conda build.
Set the Perl version used by conda build.
Set the NumPy version used by conda build.
Set the R version used by conda build.
Set the Lua version used by conda build.
-c CHANNEL, --channel CHANNEL
Additional channel to search for packages. These are URLs
searched in the order they are given (including file:// for
local directories). Then, the defaults or channels from .condarc
are searched (unless --override-channels is given). You can use
'defaults' to get the default packages for conda, and 'system'
to get the system packages, which also takes .condarc into
account. You can also use any name and the .condarc chan‐
nel_alias value will be prepended. The default channel_alias is
Do not search default or .condarc channels. Requires --channel.
-f FILE, --file FILE
write YAML to file, given as argument here. Overwrites existing
Enable verbose output from download tools and progress updates
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