Regarding the following issues:
I have had several experiences myself (and reports from users) where Cap'n Proto needed to be manually installed on the system before the
nupic.core installation would work, even though it should be getting installed as a part of the
Last I heard about these tickets, we were waiting on some movement on the Windows side, but I don't know what the current state is.
The big question in my mind is: How should Cap'n Proto be installed?
Do we require users to manually install it? Do we try to figure out why it doesn't always work with we just use
pycapnp's dependency installation? Or do we try to force an installation within our own build config? Why does
pycapnp insist on installing Capn even when I have it installed manually?