Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of WinAnacondaInstall


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May 26, 2015 4:46:58 PM (7 years ago)
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    1313 because by default this package is not included. Press return and the package is loaded and installed [attachment:CondaUpdate.png see screen image].
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    15  3. Download file ​https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/pyGSAS/install/GSASIIproxy.zip. Click on this file in Windows Explorer, you should see a single folder named GSASII. Drag this file anywhere you want to install GSAS-II (your desktop, your Documents folder, the D: drive,...)
     15 3. Download file ​https://subversion.xray.aps.anl.gov/pyGSAS/install/GSASIIproxy.zip [attachment:DownloadedFile.png see screen image]. Click on this file in Windows Explorer, you should see a single folder named GSASII [attachment:ZipContents.png see screen image]. Drag this file anywhere you want to install GSAS-II (your desktop, your Documents folder, the D: drive,...)
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    17  4. Execute the bootstrap.py file. This can be done a few different ways. The easiest is to click on the bootstrap file (actually named bootstrap.bat). (If you did not add Python to your path in step 1 above, you will need to edit that file to include the full path to `python.exe`.) You can also use a command something like:
     17 4. Execute the `bootstrap.py` file. This can be done a few different ways. The easiest is to click on the `bootstrap.bat` file (N.B. by default, no extension is shown for this). (If you did not add Python to your path in step 1 above, you will need to edit `bootstrap.bat` to include the full path to `python.exe`.) Alternately, you can also use a command something like:
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    1919    `python \Users\<me>\Desktop\GSASII\bootstrap.py`
     
    2121 in a "All Programs"/Anaconda/"Anaconda Command Prompt" window.
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    23  This script will check to see that the Python packages needed to run GSAS-II are installed and that the subversion program needed to install and update from the internet (included in the .zip file) is present.
     23 This script will check to see that the Python packages needed to run GSAS-II are installed and that the subversion program needed to install and update from the internet (included in the .zip file) is present. It then ask for a proxy address [attachment:BootstrapStart.png see screen image].
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    25  **Proxy address**: the script then asks for a proxy address. For most people, pressing return to use the default works fine, but for some sites a proxy address such as `proxyout.securesite.gov:7070` is needed. If you are not able to get the GSAS-II download to work, without a proxy, check with your network/computer administrators. Anyone competent should know if a proxy is in use. Supply the address (`proxyout.securesite.gov`) on the first line and the port number (`7070`) on the second.
     25 **Proxy address**: For most people, pressing return to use the default (no proxy) works fine, but for some sites a proxy address such as `proxyout.securesite.gov:7070` is needed. If you are not able to get the GSAS-II download to work, you probably need a proxy. Check with your network/computer administrators; anyone competent should know if a proxy is in use. Supply the address (`proxyout.securesite.gov`) on the first line and the port number (`7070`) on the second.
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    2727After the script completes, a file named `RunGSASII.bat` is created with the locations of GSAS-II and Python hardcoded. You should have a shortcut to start GSAS-II on your desktop linked to that .bat file. GSAS-II project files (with extension .gpx) will appear with the same icon and clicking on them will open them in GSAS-II.