GurobiPy 3.7 - When and Why has this not been done

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  • Jennifer Locke

    What version of Gurobi optimizer are you using?  Gurobi 8.1.1 supports python 2.7, 3.5, 3.6, and 3.7.  

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  • Gary Howorth

    The latest 8.1.1

     

    see this https://www.gurobi.com/documentation/8.1/quickstart_mac/the_gurobi_python_interfac.html   link 

     

    "gurobipy can be used with Python 2.7, 3.6, or 3.7 on Mac OS."   

    So it doesn't appear that it works on windows .  Ive been told this will be fixed in version 9

     

     

    This is confirmed by the fact that pip3.7 install gurobipy  does not work  -  

    ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement gurobipy (from versions: none)
    ERROR: No matching distribution found for gurobipy

     

    Works fine on python 3.6

     

     

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  • Silke Horn

    Actually, Python 3.7 should already be supported with Gurobi 8.1.1. See here. (You have been on the Mac page, but there is an equivalent one for Windows.)

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  • Gary Howorth

    Thanks silke

    but why does the pip install not work .

     

    I have a brand new separate version of python 3.7 downloaded two days ago.  

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  • Silke Horn

    Gurobi does not yet offer pip install. (It's on the roadmap though.)

    You can install it with Anaconda or via the pysetup program in the Gurobi <installdir>/bin directory.

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  • Gary Howorth

    OK the gurobi py version on pypi is an old one - 2013  like version 5 .  This works with 3.6 but not with 3.7. 

     

    I see you recommend to install with Anaconda but i dont want to install anaconda.   

     

    So can i download a python wheel or egg of  the appropriate files and run  setup.py install.  or maybe a tar.gz zip file

    Do you have a link to those files anywhere 

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Gary Howorth

    ok you just answered my question - its in the gurobi directory .  many thanks 

     

    ps fyi https://pypi.org/project/gurobipy/

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