When I use the command of
root-config --has-python（using the command in the bin file） ，The reply from the computer is
Due to some necessary requirements, I must ask the computer to give me a yes.
what should I do？
ROOT Version: 6.22.02
The correct syntax is
…since 6.20 or 6.22, I think.
--has-python used to work with older versions
@wsy-123 I see you are trying to install CheckMate. I suggest you ask the developers how to set it up with a recent ROOT version, it should work but their installation instructions might be outdated.
I reported this to the developers some time ago: Support pre-compiled ROOT binaries and installations from package managers · Discussion #8 · CheckMATE2/checkmate2 · GitHub
…finally note that this user solved the
--has-pyroot problem by updating the version of CheckMate that they were building: Root 6.22 no Python support enabled
Thank you very much for your reminder. I found that the checkmate literature I read is very old, and now I have found the latest checkmate literature. I think the installation and use problem of checkmate will be solved soon. thanks again
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