Installation Issue on Mac

Tried running
pip3 install prodigy-1.9.9-cp36.cp37.cp38-cp36m.cp37m.cp38-macosx_10_13_x86_64.whl

ERROR: prodigy-1.9.9-cp36.cp37.cp38-cp36m.cp37m.cp38-macosx_10_13_x86_64.whl is not a supported wheel on this platform.

I have Mac 10.12
Don't know the issue?

Hi! Did you double check that the file is actually there and in the same directory? Sometimes it helps pip if you run pip install *.whl. This will typically also show a more descriptive error if the file is not there. Also see here:

Alternatively, a .whl file is just a .zip archive under the hood, so you can always unpack it and place it in your site packages manually. See here for more details:

I got it working fixing the versions manually to match Mac

Hey Ines, I ran into the same problem but "pip install *.whl" does not work. Here are my detailed problem:
Tried running
pip install prodigy-1.10.8-cp36.cp37.cp38-cp36m.cp37m.cp38-macosx_10_15_x86_64.whl

ERROR: prodigy-1.10.8-cp36.cp37.cp38-cp36m.cp37m.cp38-macosx_10_15_x86_64.whl is not a supported wheel on this platform.

I have Mac 10.15, python 3.9, and pip 21.2.1.
Is it caused by python version3.9? Looking forward to your reply.

Yes, the problem here is that the wheel is built for Python 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8, but you're running 3.9. You can work around this by launching a new virtual environment using Python 3.8 (e.g. with pyenv). The upcoming version (currently available as a nightly pre-release) will include wheels for Python 3.9 as well.

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