I’m trying to use a python package called interactions-py to make a Discord bot and when I start my Repl, it automatically installs another package for Discord with poetry.
Is it possible to disable the automatic pip install with poetry on a Python Repl ?
There’s supposed to be a toggle for it in
.replit, but it doesn’t work. Here’s the workaround:
Friendly reminder that this does break the Packages tool.
Thanks for your message
I’ll try it even if i would prefer keeping Packages working
Even though it breaks the packager, you can still use
poetry directly from the Shell, which is what the packager calls under the hood. (It calls
upm, which calls
You can actually tell the packager (upm) which specific package to import, so you don’t have to break the packager.
Edit: replit has fixed the configuration: