By default, where does pip save rasa’s executable files on your hard drive when you install rasa?
I’m running Windows 10 with Python 3.6, and I typed “pip install rasa” into a command line as instructed by the tutorial while viewing C:\Rasa in the command line. I see the ‘working documents’ like domain.yml, data/actions.md, etc. in C:\Rasa, and I am able to execute rasa commands like rasa init and rasa shell – but I don’t actually see anything in C:\Rasa that looks like the rasa program itself. I also don’t see a rasa library in my Anaconda file folder, although I do see that rasa shows up in the list when I type conda list into the command line.
The reason I ask where the rasa executable gets saved is that rasa seems to have been deleted from my hard drive overnight. Yesterday, rasa commands were working fine. Last night, I shut down my computer; this morning, I booted my computer up again, and none of the rasa commands would run until I reinstalled rasa from scratch. Right now, after re-installing, the rasa commands are working again, but I still can’t find any rasa executables on my hard drive.
Anybody have any suggestions for where I should look?