Advanced Usage with Conda¶
This page follows directly from Getting Started with Conda, so make sure to have gone through that first.
Getting Started with conda-build¶
The documentation found here will be complementary to the official conda-build_ documentation and will assume that that has been covered.
Conda-build contains commands and tools to use conda to build your own packages. It also provides helpful tools to constrain or pin versions in recipes. Building a conda package requires installing conda-build and creating a conda recipe. You then use the conda build command to build the conda package from the conda recipe.
If you are planning to upload your packages to Anaconda Cloud, you will need an Anaconda Cloud account and client.
Installing and Updating conda-build¶
Getting Started with conda-forge¶
conda-forge is a GitHub organization containing repositories of conda recipes. Thanks to some awesome continuous integration providers (AppVeyor, Azure Pipelines, CircleCI and TravisCI), also known as a feedstock, automatically builds its own recipe in a clean and repeatable way on Windows, Linux and OSX.