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# getting-started
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careful-secretary-79148

07/02/2022, 11:08 AM
Good morning All I'm new to Pulumi and trying to set up a project on AWS. I thought the latest upgrade would solve the problem after reporting it, but it still remains the same. I feel that when a person installs a new application, all dependency issues must be resolved so that you can use it without having to try figure it out by your own. Maybe someone can help me with the issue as per the attached report. Thanks
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better-umbrella-26052

07/02/2022, 2:14 PM
How about trying the
python -m pip ...
command exactly as it appears when you try to run
pulumi up
. Let's see if there is an error for that?
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echoing-dinner-19531

07/03/2022, 10:18 AM
I feel that when a person installs a new application, all dependency issues must be resolved so that you can use it without having to try figure it out by your own
We expect users to understand the language they are using. If your using python you need python installed, pulumi can not be responsible for resolving all dependencies of all the runtimes there's just too many combinations and edge cases here. As Kevin says try and run the python command directly and once that works try and run pulumi again.
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mammoth-salesclerk-61945

07/09/2022, 4:40 PM
We also support yaml which is pretty comfortable to use and avoids dependency issues
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