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> alternatively, you could perform an unattended installation:

I know, I already listed the downsides above. (Basically outside of a container it's a bad way to do things because it has too many side effects, and it likes to break when interrupted after which you will need to repair/reinstall, then uninstall again, only then you can do a clean install... it is quite annoying.) It's not that it's not working, it's just not a very good option in some scenarios which is why I made the ticket

> That's normal behaviour. You can't upgrade pip in-place with the wrapper

Oh, right! Thanks, that explains it. In that case I suppose it works perfectly fine? Does that mean there's a chance venv & ensurepip will be added to the NuGet version? Because then I'm definitely switching over to that one for good
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