Missed `pip` after xcode image update

MacOS tests now fails after xcode images were updated:

https://travis-ci.org/github/speedcontrols/ac_sc_grinder/jobs/666991991

Seems python’s pip was removed.

$ pip install -U platformio

/Users/travis/.travis/functions: line 109: pip: command not found

The command "pip install -U platformio" failed and exited with 127 during .
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We have the same problem: https://travis-ci.com/github/smash-transport/smash-devel/jobs/302610743

pip3 is still available though. But the install location is not in $PATH, so you have to update it too. This workaround seems to work for us for macOS builds.

But maybe there is a better solution…

Same problem here.

We managed to fix it by manually installing pip:

Same issue here; tracking for my project in https://github.com/geerlingguy/ansible-role-mas/issues/22 — that was with xcode11.2, I just ran another test with xcode11.3, and that failed too.

Note that my test with xcode10.1 is still passing, so that environment (10.13) seems unaffected.

Sorry about that. We’ll take a look.

This seems to be resolved for me with the note about the 04.06.2020 update to the xcode11.2 image

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I can confirm that also for us pip is now found again.

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