Author Dima.Tisnek
Recipients Dima.Tisnek, ned.deily, ronaldoussoren, xtreak
Date 2019-09-18.01:03:18
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I've just got it again, when running `Install Certificates.command` after installing Python 3.8.0b4.

Yes I do have Python 3.7 installed and had earlier 3.8 builds installed.

Could it be referenced by `pip`? Or `certifi` itself? I can't find any references...

I can reproduce this at will with:
`python -E -s -m pip install --upgrade certifi --force`

The `-E -s -m pip` is taken from the cert script, and `--force` is added so that pip doesn't short circuit.

Could it be that `grip` is installed badly and that even with `-E -s` it's somehow loaded?
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