pip

Quickstart For Pip

First, install pip. Install a package from PyPI: Install a package that’s already been downloaded from PyPI or obtained from elsewhere. This is useful if the target machine does not have a network connection: Show what files were installed: List what packages are outdated: Upgrade a package: Uninstall a package:

Pip User Guide

Running pip pip is a command line program. When you install pip, a pip command is added to your system, which can be run from the command prompt as follows: If you cannot run the pip command directly (possibly because the location where it was installed isn’t on your operating system’s PATH) then you can run pip via the Python …

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Pip Download Reference

Usage Description Download packages from: PyPI (and other indexes) using requirement specifiers. VCS project urls. Local project directories. Local or remote source archives. pip also supports downloading from “requirements files”, which provide an easy way to specify a whole environment to be downloaded. Overview pip download does the same resolution and downloading as pip install, but instead of installing …

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Pip Uninstall Reference

Usage Description Uninstall packages. pip is able to uninstall most installed packages. Known exceptions are: Pure distutils packages installed with python setup.py install, which leave behind no metadata to determine what files were installed. Script wrappers installed by python setup.py develop. Options -r, –requirement <file> Uninstall all the packages listed in the given requirements file. This option can be used multiple times. -y, –yes …

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Pip Freeze Reference

Usage Description Output installed packages in requirements format. packages are listed in a case-insensitive sorted order. Options -r, –requirement <file> Use the order in the given requirements file and its comments when generating output. This option can be used multiple times. -f, –find-links <url> URL for finding packages, which will be added to the output. -l, –local If in a …

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Pip Search Reference

Usage Description Search for PyPI packages whose name or summary contains <query>. Options -i, –index <url> Base URL of Python Package Index (default https://pypi.org/pypi) Examples Search for “peppercorn”

Pip Check Reference

Usage Description Show information about one or more installed packages. Options -f, –files Show the full list of installed files for each package. Examples Show information about a package: Show all information about a package

Pip Show Reference

Usage Description Show information about one or more installed packages. Options -f, –files Show the full list of installed files for each package. Examples Show information about a package: Show all information about a package

Pip Config Reference

Usage Description Manage local and global configuration. Subcommands: list: List the active configuration (or from the file specified) edit: Edit the configuration file in an editor get: Get the value associated with name set: Set the name=value unset: Unset the value associated with name If none of –user, –global and –venv are passed, a virtual …

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Pip Hash Reference

Usage Description Compute a hash of a local package archive. These can be used with –hash in a requirements file to do repeatable installs. Overview pip hash is a convenient way to get a hash digest for use with Hash-Checking Mode, especially for packages with multiple archives. The error message from pip install –require-hashes … will give you one hash, but, if there …

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