Python API on PYPI

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04-24-2017 10:49 AM
PhilLarkin1
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I'd like to reference ArcGIS API for Python from a public pypi repository. It was previously published under the package name 'arcgis' at version 0.1. I can't to seem to find the package under this name. Can someone provide a direct link to this package from PyPI - the Python Package Index : Python Package Index  ?

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DavidVitale
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Since this question has been answered, the ArcGIS API for Python is now officially being released on PyPI! You can install it via:

pip install arcgis


View the PyPI page here, and view the relevant guide pages here.

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DanPatterson_Retired
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I think this is on a conda distribution ArcGIS API for Python

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PhilLarkin1
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It is on a conda distribution. I'm hoping a pypi repo is maintained as well. 

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DanPatterson_Retired
MVP Esteemed Contributor

I think everything got switched over to conda, given that that is way PRO is doing its distributions and updates of packages.  perhaps 0.1 was a test and 1.0 is now with conda.  If a search doesn't turn it up, maybe your local reps can put you in touch with that group since they don't touch down here often

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RohitSingh2
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We only use conda for distributing the ArcGIS Python API. It was never on pip. 

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PhilLarkin1
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Thanks for the reply. I must have found an unofficial repo.

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DavidVitale
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Since this question has been answered, the ArcGIS API for Python is now officially being released on PyPI! You can install it via:

pip install arcgis


View the PyPI page here, and view the relevant guide pages here.

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