[CM] New music package 'musx' available

Taube, Heinrich K taube at illinois.edu
Fri Jan 8 13:10:40 PST 2021

on linux i installed python3.9 globally, but i still use virtual evinroments for different projects so each is able to install its own python packages etc.  a virtual environment is light-weight and takes maybe 20 seconds to set up and then everyhing is hygenic so there is no reason not to use them.  You can also download pycharm (jet brains, there is a free version) it will take care of the virtual environment setup for for you.

On Jan 8, 2021, at 2:33 PM, Forrest Curo <treegestalt at gmail.com<mailto:treegestalt at gmail.com>> wrote:

You mention putting it into 'a python virtual environment.' On a linux system, is there any particular advantage to doing it that way? Or should I just start up python 3 and go from there?

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