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Hello! I Am Wondering If Someone Has Run In To A Similar Issue To This. I Set Up A New Agent (Pip Mode) And One Of My Users Set Up Their Repo With Poetry. It Looks Like When My Agent Tries To Setup The Virtualenv For The Task, It Misses One Of The Librari

Hello! I am wondering if someone has run in to a similar issue to this. I set up a new agent (pip mode) and one of my users set up their repo with poetry. It looks like when my agent tries to setup the virtualenv for the task, it misses one of the libraries. If I ask my user to do a pip list I can see the library in their environment. However, when I run the agent, and it lists all the libraries that is installing with pip it misses it. Is this a common issue? Does it matter that my user uses poetry and my agent is pip? Thanks. (pd. I have to support other repos that don’t use poetry but pip)

  
  
Posted 10 months ago
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Hi @<1603198134261911552:profile|ColossalReindeer77> , in order to support poetry, the agent's package manager should be set to "poetry"

  
  
Posted 10 months ago

@<1523701087100473344:profile|SuccessfulKoala55> I changed my agent to poetry mode it and it worked like magic. Thanks Jake!

  
  
Posted 10 months ago