i'd like to use mkdocs as a doc generation tool. I am wondering how to install it with arcgis and conda managing the python setup.
Check in the distribution in PRO on the project page and check Python to see if it came with the anaconda distribution for Pro.
If it didn't, you can do a conda or pip install using the proenv.bat file located in the
Whereever you have PRO installed
Thanks for the tip. Mkdocs is no included with the anaconda distribution. I am having issues with pip not being the most current version so I looked around and found mkdocs on conda forge. Seems like the install with conda forge will work but it wants to change a lot of packages. I am worried this will mess up my arcpy environment in pro. Have you ever installed from conda forge?
pip is installed in the anaconda distribution of PRO so you can use pip.
Check the dependencies ... if in doubt make a new new anaconda distribution solely for your mkdocs . You can clone the existing distribution and play with it...That can be done with the package manager for pro
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