I'm trying to create a lambda layer that includes pydantic/pydantic_core (Lambda python 3.11, x86_64) but getting the following error:
"Unable to import module 'reddit_lambda': No module named 'pydantic_core._pydantic_core'"
For context, I'm installing this on a windows x64 machine.
Using cached pydantic-2.4.2-py3-none-any.whl (395 kB) Using cached pydantic_core-2.10.1-cp311-none-win_amd64.whl (2.0 MB)
My question: Is there a way to force pip to install packages into a directory for a specific architecture in powershell?
I saw an old discussion here, that this is possible for Linux but not sure how to do it on powershell.
FYI: I also tried adding pydantic_core from binary (tried
pydantic_core-2.10.1-pp38-pypy38_pp73-manylinux_2_17_x86_64.manylinux2014_x86_64.whl) but I'm a bit confused about which version to choose?
It is possible as part of the options provided by the
For example given a
requirements.txt file containing the necessary dependencies, you can run:
# Create layer based on requirements.txt in python/ directory pip install -r requirements.txt --platform manylinux2014_x86_64 --target ./python --only-binary=:all:
This command will create a directory named
python that will contain the packages downloaded to satisfy the requirements in the
requirements.txt file for the