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got_ver is None

Exception Class:

Raise code


def _compare_versions(op, got_ver, want_ver, requirement, pkg, hint):
    if got_ver is None:
        raise ValueError("got_ver is None")
    if want_ver is None:
        raise ValueError("want_ver is None")
    if not ops[op](version.parse(got_ver), version.parse(want_ver)):
        raise ImportError(
            f"{requirement} is required for a normal functioning of this module, but found {pkg}=={got_ver}.{hint}"
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Error Code:

import transformers.util.versions
transformers.util.versions._compare_versions("<", None, None, "transformers", "transformers", None)

Fix Code:

import transformers.util.versions
transformers.util.versions._compare_versions("<", "1.0", "1.5", "transformers", "transformers", None)


function _.compare_versions requires the arguments got_ver ("1.0") and want_ver ("1.5") otherwise it throws an exception. generally you do not want to call this function directly as it is a private function

May 29, 2021 axujen answer
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