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I encountered the same problem. I solved it by creating an empty file called RECORD in the virtualenv directory. On my machine, the command to run in Terminal was touch /usr/local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/virtualenv-1.11.6.dist-info/RECORD That's it. After doing that, pip install virtualenv --upgrade worked for me.


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When I run brew doctor the first bit of output says this: Please note that these warnings are just used to help the Homebrew maintainers with debugging if you file an issue. If everything you use Homebrew for is working fine: please don't worry and just ignore them. Thanks! Followed by a warning similar to yours about config files that brew can see which ...


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Restart, hold down Command + R while booting to get to the restore screen. You can pick your backup from there. From support site


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I found myself : print " * {0} : [{1}]({2})".format(post["n"].encode( "utf-8" ), post["d"].encode( "utf-8" ), post["u"].encode( "utf-8" )) It was an unicode/utf-8 problem :)


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You can use virtualenv to create a local "copy" of the Python installation that's owned and easily manipulated by you. The advantage to using virtualenv is you can make many copies of the same version of Python, but with different versions of similar packages installed, and then switch between them with the virtualenv command line. This lets you use ...



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