Python programmer, and programmer of other languages as well. Maker of things.

M.Sc. in Computer Science at IME/USP (researching positioning/localisation, pose estimation and computer vision).

Team Lead at Layar/Blippar

Hoopy frood.

@rbp

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comment Upgrading all packages with pip
@FredrikHedman Perhaps, I've never used pip-review. You'll notice that this answer is way older than pip-review :)
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revised How does Python's super() work with multiple inheritance?
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comment How does Python's super() work with multiple inheritance?
@Cerin The point of this example is to show how the MRO is constructed. The example is NOT intended to print "first\nsecond\third" or whatever. And the MRO is indeed correct: Fourth.__mro__ == (<class 'main.Fourth'>, <class 'main.Second'>, <class 'main.Third'>, <class 'main.First'>, <type 'object'>)
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comment Upgrading all packages with pip
@LukeDupin if you're installing packages globally, then yes, you might need that. If you're using virtualenv, it shouldn't be necessary.
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