I have a 64bit anaconda python distribution version 2.3 with python 3.4.3 installed on windows 7 machine. I searched about installing rodeo on top of this but seems like "conda install rodeo" wont work, so i did "pip install rodeo".
"pip install rodeo" gave me the following message "Successfully installed rodeo".
"failed to create process."
I think the problem is that you need to make sure you are using pip as seen by Anaconda. To get around this I have an alias set up in my .bash_aliases file (not sure what the equivalent is in windows) to call anaconda's version of pip:
That means that I use the command
pip-ana to install things to Anaconda's python environment rather than simply
pip as that defaults to an alternative python environment. So to solve your problem, make sure you are using the correct
pip by calling the executable file from