Disclamer: I am a newbie to UNIX programming.
I downloaded Anaconda but then realized that I did not need it. I deleted and uninstalled it as fully as I could find out how. It seems that everything to do with Anaconda is gone except that the $PATH variable retains paths to folders which no longer exist.
In the terminal when I type
How do I remove the Anaconda path? I know that I have to change the .bash_profile, but where exactly is the file located in Mac OS?
Two additional side questions:
1) is the 'Python.framework' path part of the built in Mac python distribution, or is that related to Anaconda as well?
2) what is the /opt/X11/bin related to in the path?
/Users/Name/. But may also be called
.profile. If you don't see it in finder, you may have to enable seeing hidden files.
export PATH=/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.5/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/opt/X11/bin:/usr/texbin(I don't know where the
/comes from, I don't see when editing the comment)