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# name and version (required)
name: PsychoPy
company: Open Science Tools
version: 2020.1
signing_identity_name: OST

# channels to pull packages from
channels:
  - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main/
  - https://conda.anaconda.org/conda-forge/

install_in_dependency_order: True

# specifications can specify  [unix]
specs:
  - python
  - conda
  - psychopy
  - pip

# exclude these packages (list of names)
exclude:
  - tk

#pre_install: hello.sh                 [unix]
#post_install: goodbye.sh              [unix]
#post_install: test-post.bat           [win]

# The conda default channels which are used when running a conda which
# was installed be the constructor created (requires conda in the
# specifications) installer
#conda_default_channels: *id1

# type of the installer being created.  Possible values are "sh", "pkg",
# and "exe".  By default, the type is "sh" on Unix, and "exe" on Windows.
#installer_type: pkg                   [osx]

# installer filename (a reasonable default filename will determined by
# the `name`, (optional) `version`, OS and installer type)
#installer_filename: grin.sh

# a file with a license text, which is shown during the install process
license_file: ../LICENSE

# default install prefix
#default_prefix: /opt/example

icon_image: ../psychopy/app/Resources/psychopy.png
welcome_image: ../psychopy/app/Resources/psychopy.png
# If `welcome_image` or `header_image` are not provided, their texts
# default to `name`, which may be overridden by the following keys
#welcome_image_text: |-
#                    PsychoPy
#                    - Easy
#                    - Precise
#                    - Flexible
#
header_image_text:  |-
                    Open Science
                    Tools Ltd.