How would you configure Geany so that it works with Anaconda.

I have both installed and running separately, but these two kids won't work hand in hand as I would want them to do..

I have tried many different setting in Geany, changed paths, used VTE output or not, changed the Set Build Command setting, nothing has worked yet.

More concretely, when I try to import numpy I get a No module named numpy error

If anyone can give me a hint, I would be really gratefull :)

Btw I am using Python 3.5


Updated Please check in Build -> Set Build Commands, if Geany is calling the default python interpreter. For example in that dialog in execute commands default is python "%f" if you want to use the python3 interpreter you need to change it to ~/anaconda/bin/python3 "%f" (check the route for your anaconda installation) more info about anaconda IDE setup: ide_integration

  • Simply changing the buildcommand to python "%f" worked for me. Python 3.5.2, Anaconda 2.4.1 (64-bit) on linux – John T Dec 21 '16 at 0:49

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