I am setting up the environment for my project using a .yaml file. I am not very sure about the pip: command meaning in this file.
name: psp_env channels: - conda-forge - defaults dependencies: - _libgcc_mutex=0.1=main - ca-certificates=2020.4.5.1=hecc5488_0 - certifi=2020.4.5.1=py36h9f0ad1d_0 - libedit=3.1.20181209= - libffi=3.2.1= - libgcc-ng=9.1.0= - libstdcxx-ng=9.1.0= - ncurses=6.2= - ninja=1.10.0= - openssl=1.1.1g= - pip=20.0.2=py36_3 - python=3.6.7= - python_abi=3.6=1_cp36m - readline=7.0= - setuptools=46.4.0=py36_0 - sqlite=3.31.1= - tk=8.6.8= - wheel=0.34.2=py36_0 - xz=5.2.5= - zlib=1.2.11= - pip: - scipy==1.4.1 - matplotlib==3.2.1 - tqdm==4.46.0 - numpy==1.18.4 - opencv-python==188.8.131.52 - pillow==7.1.2 - tensorboard==2.2.1 - torch==1.6.0 - torchvision==0.4.2 prefix: ~/anaconda3/envs/psp_env
what is the meaning of pip: command? Does it mean install the packages below? What is the difference bewteen the packages above and below pip?
Another question is I think some of these packages are linux/MAC specific (eg.readline). My system is windows. Is it ok for me just remove these packages away from the enviroment file?I have looked through other answers and think it is ok to remove them.
Thank you for answering!