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-Alex Gaynor
-Alex Grönholm
-Alex Morega
-Alexandre Conrad
-Andrey Bulgakov
-Anrs Hu
-Anton Patrushev
-Antti Kaihola
-Armin Ronacher
-Aziz Köksal
-Ben Rosser
-Bernardo B. Marques
-Bradley Ayers
-Brian Rosner
-Carl Meyer
-Chris McDonough
-Christian Oudard
-Clay McClure
-Cody Soyland
-Craig Kerstiens
-Cristian Sorinel
-Dan Sully
-Daniel Holth
-Dave Abrahams
-David (d1b)
-David Aguilar
-David Evans
-David Pursehouse
-dengzhp
-Dmitry Gladkov
-Donald Stufft
-Endoh Takanao
-enoch
-Erik M. Bray
-Francesco
-Gabriel de Perthuis
-Garry Polley
-Geoffrey Lehée
-George Song
-Georgi Valkov
-Herbert Pfennig
-hetmankp
-Hugo Lopes Tavares
-Hynek Schlawack
-Ian Bicking
-Igor Sobreira
-Ionel Maries Cristian
-Jakub Vysoky
-James Cleveland
-Jannis Leidel
-Jakub Stasiak
-Jay Graves
-Jeff Dairiki
-John-Scott Atlakson
-Jon Parise
-Jonas Nockert
-Jon Parise
-Jorge Niedbalski
-Josh Bronson
-Josh Hansen
-Kamal Bin Mustafa
-Kelsey Hightower
-Kenneth Belitzky
-Kenneth Reitz
-Kevin Frommelt
-Kumar McMillan
-Lev Givon
-Lincoln de Sousa
-Luke Macken
-Masklinn
-Marc Abramowitz
-Marc Tamlyn
-Marcus Smith
-Markus Hametner
-Matt Maker
-Maxime Rouyrre
-Michael Williamson
-Miguel Araujo Perez
-Monty Taylor
-Nick Stenning
-Nowell Strite
-Oliver Tonnhofer
-Olivier Girardot
-Ollie Rutherfurd
-Oren Held
-Patrick Jenkins
-Patrick Dubroy
-Paul Moore
-Paul Nasrat
-Paul Oswald
-Paul van der Linden
-Peter Waller
-Phil Freo
-Phil Whelan
-Piet Delport
-Preston Holmes
-Przemek Wrzos
-Qiangning Hong
-Rafael Caricio
-Rene Dudfield
-Roey Berman
-Ronny Pfannschmidt
-Rory McCann
-Ross Brattain
-Sergey Vasilyev
-Seth Woodworth
-Simon Cross
-Stavros Korokithakis
-Stéphane Klein
-Steven Myint
-Takayuki SHIMIZUKAWA
-Thomas Fenzl
-Thomas Johansson
-Toshio Kuratomi
-Travis Swicegood
-Vinay Sajip
-Vitaly Babiy
-W. Trevor King
-Wil Tan
-Hsiaoming Yang
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-**1.5.6 (2014-05-16)**
-
-
-* Upgrade requests to 2.3.0 to fix an issue with proxies on Python 3.4.1
- (PR #1821).
-
-
-**1.5.5 (2014-05-03)**
-
-
-* Fixes #1632. Uninstall issues on debianized pypy, specifically issues with
- setuptools upgrades. (PR #1743)
-
-* Update documentation to point at https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py for
- bootstrapping pip.
-
-* Update docs to point to https://pip.pypa.io/
-
-* Upgrade the bundled projects (distlib==0.1.8, html5lib==1.0b3, six==1.6.1,
- colorama==0.3.1, setuptools==3.4.4).
-
-
-**1.5.4 (2014-02-21)**
-
-
-* Correct deprecation warning for ``pip install --build`` to only notify when
- the `--build` value is different than the default.
-
-
-**1.5.3 (2014-02-20)**
-
-
-* **DEPRECATION** ``pip install --build`` and ``pip install --no-clean`` are now
- deprecated. See Issue #906 for discussion.
-
-* Fixed #1112. Couldn't download directly from wheel paths/urls, and when wheel
- downloads did occur using requirement specifiers, dependencies weren't
- downloaded (PR #1527)
-
-* Fixed #1320. ``pip wheel`` was not downloading wheels that already existed (PR
- #1524)
-
-* Fixed #1111. ``pip install --download`` was failing using local
- ``--find-links`` (PR #1524)
-
-* Workaround for Python bug http://bugs.python.org/issue20053 (PR #1544)
-
-* Don't pass a unicode __file__ to setup.py on Python 2.x (PR #1583)
-
-* Verify that the Wheel version is compatible with this pip (PR #1569)
-
-
-**1.5.2 (2014-01-26)**
-
-
-* Upgraded the vendored ``pkg_resources`` and ``_markerlib`` to setuptools 2.1.
-
-* Fixed an error that prevented accessing PyPI when pyopenssl, ndg-httpsclient,
- and pyasn1 are installed
-
-* Fixed an issue that caused trailing comments to be incorrectly included as
- part of the URL in a requirements file
-
-
-**1.5.1 (2014-01-20)**
-
-
-* pip now only requires setuptools (any setuptools, not a certain version) when
- installing distributions from src (i.e. not from wheel). (Pull #1434).
-
-* `get-pip.py` now installs setuptools, when it's not already installed (Pull
- #1475)
-
-* Don't decode downloaded files that have a ``Content-Encoding`` header. (Pull
- #1435)
-
-* Fix to correctly parse wheel filenames with single digit versions. (Pull
- #1445)
-
-* If `--allow-unverified` is used assume it also means `--allow-external`. (Pull
- #1457)
-
-
-**1.5 (2014-01-01)**
-
-
-* **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** pip no longer supports the ``--use-mirrors``,
- ``-M``, and ``--mirrors`` flags. The mirroring support has been removed. In
- order to use a mirror specify it as the primary index with ``-i`` or
- ``--index-url``, or as an additional index with ``--extra-index-url``. (Pull #1098, CVE-2013-5123)
-
-* **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** pip no longer will scrape insecure external urls by
- default nor will it install externally hosted files by default. Users may opt
- into installing externally hosted or insecure files or urls using
- ``--allow-external PROJECT`` and ``--allow-unverified PROJECT``. (Pull #1055)
-
-* **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** pip no longer respects dependency links by default.
- Users may opt into respecting them again using ``--process-dependency-links``.
-
-* **DEPRECATION** ``pip install --no-install`` and ``pip install
- --no-download`` are now formally deprecated. See Issue #906 for discussion on
- possible alternatives, or lack thereof, in future releases.
-
-* **DEPRECATION** ``pip zip`` and ``pip unzip`` are now formally deprecated.
-
-* pip will now install Mac OSX platform wheels from PyPI. (Pull #1278)
-
-* pip now generates the appropriate platform-specific console scripts when
- installing wheels. (Pull #1251)
-
-* Pip now confirms a wheel is supported when installing directly from a path or
- url. (Pull #1315)
-
-* Fixed #1097, ``--ignore-installed`` now behaves again as designed, after it was
- unintentionally broke in v0.8.3 when fixing Issue #14 (Pull #1352).
-
-* Fixed a bug where global scripts were being removed when uninstalling --user
- installed packages (Pull #1353).
-
-* Fixed #1163, --user wasn't being respected when installing scripts from wheels (Pull #1176).
-
-* Fixed #1150, we now assume '_' means '-' in versions from wheel filenames (Pull #1158).
-
-* Fixed #219, error when using --log with a failed install (Pull #1205).
-
-* Fixed #1131, logging was buffered and choppy in Python 3.
-
-* Fixed #70, --timeout was being ignored (Pull #1202).
-
-* Fixed #772, error when setting PIP_EXISTS_ACTION (Pull #1201).
-
-* Added colors to the logging output in order to draw attention to important
- warnings and errors. (Pull #1109)
-
-* Added warnings when using an insecure index, find-link, or dependency link. (Pull #1121)
-
-* Added support for installing packages from a subdirectory using the ``subdirectory``
- editable option. ( Pull #1082 )
-
-* Fixed #1192. "TypeError: bad operand type for unary" in some cases when
- installing wheels using --find-links (Pull #1218).
-
-* Fixed #1133 and #317. Archive contents are now written based on system
- defaults and umask (i.e. permissions are not preserved), except that regular
- files with any execute permissions have the equivalent of "chmod +x" applied
- after being written (Pull #1146).
-
-* PreviousBuildDirError now returns a non-zero exit code and prevents the
- previous build dir from being cleaned in all cases (Pull #1162).
-
-* Renamed --allow-insecure to --allow-unverified, however the old name will
- continue to work for a period of time (Pull #1257).
-
-* Fixed #1006, error when installing local projects with symlinks in
- Python 3. (Pull #1311)
-
-* The previously hidden ``--log-file`` otion, is now shown as a general option.
- (Pull #1316)
-
-
-**1.4.1 (2013-08-07)**
-
-
-* **New Signing Key** Release 1.4.1 is using a different key than normal with
- fingerprint: 7C6B 7C5D 5E2B 6356 A926 F04F 6E3C BCE9 3372 DCFA
-* Fixed issues with installing from pybundle files (Pull #1116).
-* Fixed error when sysconfig module throws an exception (Pull #1095).
-* Don't ignore already installed pre-releases (Pull #1076).
-* Fixes related to upgrading setuptools (Pull #1092).
-* Fixes so that --download works with wheel archives (Pull #1113).
-* Fixes related to recognizing and cleaning global build dirs (Pull #1080).
-
-
-**1.4 (2013-07-23)**
-
-
-* **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** pip now only installs stable versions by default,
- and offers a new ``--pre`` option to also find pre-release and development
- versions. (Pull #834)
-
-* **BACKWARD INCOMPATIBLE** Dropped support for Python 2.5. The minimum
- supported Python version for pip 1.4 is Python 2.6.
-
-* Added support for installing and building wheel archives.
- Thanks Daniel Holth, Marcus Smith, Paul Moore, and Michele Lacchia
- (Pull #845)
-
-* Applied security patch to pip's ssl support related to certificate DNS
- wildcard matching (http://bugs.python.org/issue17980).
-
-* To satisfy pip's setuptools requirement, pip now recommends setuptools>=0.8,
- not distribute. setuptools and distribute are now merged into one project
- called 'setuptools'. (Pull #1003)
-
-* pip will now warn when installing a file that is either hosted externally to
- the index or cannot be verified with a hash. In the future pip will default
- to not installing them and will require the flags --allow-external NAME, and
- --allow-insecure NAME respectively. (Pull #985)
-
-* If an already-downloaded or cached file has a bad hash, re-download it rather
- than erroring out. (Issue #963).
-
-* ``pip bundle`` and support for installing from pybundle files is now
- considered deprecated and will be removed in pip v1.5.
-
-* Fixed a number of issues (#413, #709, #634, #602, and #939) related to
- cleaning up and not reusing build directories. (Pull #865, #948)
-
-* Added a User Agent so that pip is identifiable in logs. (Pull #901)
-
-* Added ssl and --user support to get-pip.py. Thanks Gabriel de Perthuis.
- (Pull #895)
-
-* Fixed the proxy support, which was broken in pip 1.3.x (Pull #840)
-
-* Fixed issue #32 - pip fails when server does not send content-type header.
- Thanks Hugo Lopes Tavares and Kelsey Hightower (Pull #872).
-
-* "Vendorized" distlib as pip.vendor.distlib (https://distlib.readthedocs.org/).
-
-* Fixed git VCS backend with git 1.8.3. (Pull #967)
-
-
-**1.3.1 (2013-03-08)**
-
-
-* Fixed a major backward incompatible change of parsing URLs to externally
- hosted packages that got accidentily included in 1.3.
-
-
-**1.3 (2013-03-07)**
-
-
-* SSL Cert Verification; Make https the default for PyPI access.
- Thanks James Cleveland, Giovanni Bajo, Marcus Smith and many others (Pull #791, CVE-2013-1629).
-
-* Added "pip list" for listing installed packages and the latest version
- available. Thanks Rafael Caricio, Miguel Araujo, Dmitry Gladkov (Pull #752)
-
-* Fixed security issues with pip's use of temp build directories.
- Thanks David (d1b) and Thomas Guttler. (Pull #780, CVE-2013-1888)
-
-* Improvements to sphinx docs and cli help. (Pull #773)
-
-* Fixed issue #707, dealing with OS X temp dir handling, which was causing
- global NumPy installs to fail. (Pull #768)
-
-* Split help output into general vs command-specific option groups.
- Thanks Georgi Valkov. (Pull #744; Pull #721 contains preceding refactor)
-
-* Fixed dependency resolution when installing from archives with uppercase
- project names. (Pull #724)
-
-* Fixed problem where re-installs always occurred when using file:// find-links.
- (Pulls #683/#702)
-
-* "pip install -v" now shows the full download url, not just the archive name.
- Thanks Marc Abramowitz (Pull #687)
-
-* Fix to prevent unnecessary PyPI redirects. Thanks Alex Gronholm (Pull #695)
-
-* Fixed issue #670 - install failure under Python 3 when the same version
- of a package is found under 2 different URLs. Thanks Paul Moore (Pull #671)
-
-* Fix git submodule recursive updates. Thanks Roey Berman. (Pulls #674)
-
-* Explicitly ignore rel='download' links while looking for html pages.
- Thanks Maxime R. (Pull #677)
-
-* --user/--upgrade install options now work together. Thanks 'eevee' for
- discovering the problem. (Pull #705)
-
-* Added check in ``install --download`` to prevent re-downloading if the target
- file already exists. Thanks Andrey Bulgakov. (Pull #669)
-
-* Added support for bare paths (including relative paths) as argument to
- `--find-links`. Thanks Paul Moore for draft patch.
-
-* Added support for --no-index in requirements files.
-
-* Added "pip show" command to get information about an installed package.
- Fixes #131. Thanks Kelsey Hightower and Rafael Caricio.
-
-* Added `--root` option for "pip install" to specify root directory. Behaves
- like the same option in distutils but also plays nice with pip's egg-info.
- Thanks Przemek Wrzos. (Issue #253 / Pull #693)
-
-
-**1.2.1 (2012-09-06)**
-
-
-* Fixed a regression introduced in 1.2 about raising an exception when
- not finding any files to uninstall in the current environment. Thanks for
- the fix, Marcus Smith.
-
-
-**1.2 (2012-09-01)**
-
-
-* **Dropped support for Python 2.4** The minimum supported Python version is
- now Python 2.5.
-
-* Fixed issue #605 - pypi mirror support broken on some DNS responses. Thanks
- philwhin.
-
-* Fixed issue #355 - pip uninstall removes files it didn't install. Thanks
- pjdelport.
-
-* Fixed issues #493, #494, #440, and #573 related to improving support for the
- user installation scheme. Thanks Marcus Smith.
-
-* Write failure log to temp file if default location is not writable. Thanks
- andreigc.
-
-* Pull in submodules for git editable checkouts. Fixes #289 and #421. Thanks
- Hsiaoming Yang and Markus Hametner.
-
-* Use a temporary directory as the default build location outside of a
- virtualenv. Fixes issues #339 and #381. Thanks Ben Rosser.
-
-* Added support for specifying extras with local editables. Thanks Nick
- Stenning.
-
-* Added ``--egg`` flag to request egg-style rather than flat installation. Refs
- issue #3. Thanks Kamal Bin Mustafa.
-
-* Fixed issue #510 - prevent e.g. ``gmpy2-2.0.tar.gz`` from matching a request
- to ``pip install gmpy``; sdist filename must begin with full project name
- followed by a dash. Thanks casevh for the report.
-
-* Fixed issue #504 - allow package URLS to have querystrings. Thanks W.
- Trevor King.
-
-* Fixed issue #58 - pip freeze now falls back to non-editable format rather
- than blowing up if it can't determine the origin repository of an editable.
- Thanks Rory McCann.
-
-* Added a `__main__.py` file to enable `python -m pip` on Python versions
- that support it. Thanks Alexey Luchko.
-
-* Fixed issue #487 - upgrade from VCS url of project that does exist on
- index. Thanks Andrew Knapp for the report.
-
-* Fixed issue #486 - fix upgrade from VCS url of project with no distribution
- on index. Thanks Andrew Knapp for the report.
-
-* Fixed issue #427 - clearer error message on a malformed VCS url. Thanks
- Thomas Fenzl.
-
-* Added support for using any of the built in guaranteed algorithms in
- ``hashlib`` as a checksum hash.
-
-* Fixed issue #321 - Raise an exception if current working directory can't be
- found or accessed.
-
-* Fixed issue #82 - Removed special casing of the user directory and use the
- Python default instead.
-
-* Fixed #436 - Only warn about version conflicts if there is actually one.
- This re-enables using ``==dev`` in requirements files.
-
-* Moved tests to be run on Travis CI: http://travis-ci.org/pypa/pip
-
-* Added a better help formatter.
-
-
-**1.1 (2012-02-16)**
-
-
-* Fixed issue #326 - don't crash when a package's setup.py emits UTF-8 and
- then fails. Thanks Marc Abramowitz.
-
-* Added ``--target`` option for installing directly to arbitrary directory.
- Thanks Stavros Korokithakis.
-
-* Added support for authentication with Subversion repositories. Thanks
- Qiangning Hong.
-
-* Fixed issue #315 - ``--download`` now downloads dependencies as well.
- Thanks Qiangning Hong.
-
-* Errors from subprocesses will display the current working directory.
- Thanks Antti Kaihola.
-
-* Fixed issue #369 - compatibility with Subversion 1.7. Thanks Qiangning
- Hong. Note that setuptools remains incompatible with Subversion 1.7; to
- get the benefits of pip's support you must use Distribute rather than
- setuptools.
-
-* Fixed issue #57 - ignore py2app-generated OS X mpkg zip files in finder.
- Thanks Rene Dudfield.
-
-* Fixed issue #182 - log to ~/Library/Logs/ by default on OS X framework
- installs. Thanks Dan Callahan for report and patch.
-
-* Fixed issue #310 - understand version tags without minor version ("py3")
- in sdist filenames. Thanks Stuart Andrews for report and Olivier Girardot for
- patch.
-
-* Fixed issue #7 - Pip now supports optionally installing setuptools
- "extras" dependencies; e.g. "pip install Paste[openid]". Thanks Matt Maker
- and Olivier Girardot.
-
-* Fixed issue #391 - freeze no longer borks on requirements files with
- --index-url or --find-links. Thanks Herbert Pfennig.
-
-* Fixed issue #288 - handle symlinks properly. Thanks lebedov for the patch.
-
-* Fixed issue #49 - pip install -U no longer reinstalls the same versions of
- packages. Thanks iguananaut for the pull request.
-
-* Removed ``-E``/``--environment`` option and ``PIP_RESPECT_VIRTUALENV``;
- both use a restart-in-venv mechanism that's broken, and neither one is
- useful since every virtualenv now has pip inside it. Replace ``pip -E
- path/to/venv install Foo`` with ``virtualenv path/to/venv &&
- path/to/venv/pip install Foo``.
-
-* Fixed issue #366 - pip throws IndexError when it calls `scraped_rel_links`
-
-* Fixed issue #22 - pip search should set and return a userful shell status code
-
-* Fixed issue #351 and #365 - added global ``--exists-action`` command line
- option to easier script file exists conflicts, e.g. from editable
- requirements from VCS that have a changed repo URL.
-
-
-**1.0.2 (2011-07-16)**
-
-
-* Fixed docs issues.
-* Fixed issue #295 - Reinstall a package when using the ``install -I`` option
-* Fixed issue #283 - Finds a Git tag pointing to same commit as origin/master
-* Fixed issue #279 - Use absolute path for path to docs in setup.py
-* Fixed issue #314 - Correctly handle exceptions on Python3.
-* Fixed issue #320 - Correctly parse ``--editable`` lines in requirements files
-
-
-**1.0.1 (2011-04-30)**
-
-
-* Start to use git-flow.
-* Fixed issue #274 - `find_command` should not raise AttributeError
-* Fixed issue #273 - respect Content-Disposition header. Thanks Bradley Ayers.
-* Fixed issue #233 - pathext handling on Windows.
-* Fixed issue #252 - svn+svn protocol.
-* Fixed issue #44 - multiple CLI searches.
-* Fixed issue #266 - current working directory when running setup.py clean.
-
-
-**1.0 (2011-04-04)**
-
-
-* Added Python 3 support! Huge thanks to Vinay Sajip, Vitaly Babiy, Kelsey
- Hightower, and Alex Gronholm, among others.
-
-* Download progress only shown on a real TTY. Thanks Alex Morega.
-
-* Fixed finding of VCS binaries to not be fooled by same-named directories.
- Thanks Alex Morega.
-
-* Fixed uninstall of packages from system Python for users of Debian/Ubuntu
- python-setuptools package (workaround until fixed in Debian and Ubuntu).
-
-* Added `get-pip.py <https://raw.github.com/pypa/pip/master/contrib/get-pip.py>`_
- installer. Simply download and execute it, using the Python interpreter of
- your choice::
-
- $ curl -O https://raw.github.com/pypa/pip/master/contrib/get-pip.py
- $ python get-pip.py
-
- This may have to be run as root.
-
- .. note::
-
- Make sure you have `distribute <http://pypi.python.org/pypi/distribute>`_
- installed before using the installer!
-
-
-**0.8.3**
-
-
-* Moved main repository to Github: https://github.com/pypa/pip
-
-* Transferred primary maintenance from Ian to Jannis Leidel, Carl Meyer, Brian Rosner
-
-* Fixed issue #14 - No uninstall-on-upgrade with URL package. Thanks Oliver Tonnhofer
-
-* Fixed issue #163 - Egg name not properly resolved. Thanks Igor Sobreira
-
-* Fixed issue #178 - Non-alphabetical installation of requirements. Thanks Igor Sobreira
-
-* Fixed issue #199 - Documentation mentions --index instead of --index-url. Thanks Kelsey Hightower
-
-* Fixed issue #204 - rmtree undefined in mercurial.py. Thanks Kelsey Hightower
-
-* Fixed bug in Git vcs backend that would break during reinstallation.
-
-* Fixed bug in Mercurial vcs backend related to pip freeze and branch/tag resolution.
-
-* Fixed bug in version string parsing related to the suffix "-dev".
-
-
-**0.8.2**
-
-
-* Avoid redundant unpacking of bundles (from pwaller)
-
-* Fixed issue #32, #150, #161 - Fixed checking out the correct
- tag/branch/commit when updating an editable Git requirement.
-
-* Fixed issue #49 - Added ability to install version control requirements
- without making them editable, e.g.::
-
- pip install git+https://github.com/pypa/pip/
-
-* Fixed issue #175 - Correctly locate build and source directory on Mac OS X.
-
-* Added ``git+https://`` scheme to Git VCS backend.
-
-
-**0.8.1**
-
-
-* Added global --user flag as shortcut for --install-option="--user". From
- Ronny Pfannschmidt.
-
-* Added support for `PyPI mirrors <http://pypi.python.org/mirrors>`_ as
- defined in `PEP 381 <http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0381/>`_, from
- Jannis Leidel.
-
-* Fixed issue #138 - Git revisions ignored. Thanks John-Scott Atlakson.
-
-* Fixed issue #95 - Initial editable install of github package from a tag fails. Thanks John-Scott Atlakson.
-
-* Fixed issue #107 - Can't install if a directory in cwd has the same name as the package you're installing.
-
-* Fixed issue #39 - --install-option="--prefix=~/.local" ignored with -e.
- Thanks Ronny Pfannschmidt and Wil Tan.
-
-
-**0.8**
-
-
-* Track which ``build/`` directories pip creates, never remove directories
- it doesn't create. From Hugo Lopes Tavares.
-
-* Pip now accepts file:// index URLs. Thanks Dave Abrahams.
-
-* Various cleanup to make test-running more consistent and less fragile.
- Thanks Dave Abrahams.
-
-* Real Windows support (with passing tests). Thanks Dave Abrahams.
-
-* ``pip-2.7`` etc. scripts are created (Python-version specific scripts)
-
-* ``contrib/build-standalone`` script creates a runnable ``.zip`` form of
- pip, from Jannis Leidel
-
-* Editable git repos are updated when reinstalled
-
-* Fix problem with ``--editable`` when multiple ``.egg-info/`` directories
- are found.
-
-* A number of VCS-related fixes for ``pip freeze``, from Hugo Lopes Tavares.
-
-* Significant test framework changes, from Hugo Lopes Tavares.
-
-
-**0.7.2**
-
-
-* Set zip_safe=False to avoid problems some people are encountering where
- pip is installed as a zip file.
-
-
-**0.7.1**
-
-
-* Fixed opening of logfile with no directory name. Thanks Alexandre Conrad.
-
-* Temporary files are consistently cleaned up, especially after
- installing bundles, also from Alex Conrad.
-
-* Tests now require at least ScriptTest 1.0.3.
-
-
-**0.7**
-
-
-* Fixed uninstallation on Windows
-* Added ``pip search`` command.
-* Tab-complete names of installed distributions for ``pip uninstall``.
-* Support tab-completion when there is a global-option before the
- subcommand.
-* Install header files in standard (scheme-default) location when installing
- outside a virtualenv. Install them to a slightly more consistent
- non-standard location inside a virtualenv (since the standard location is
- a non-writable symlink to the global location).
-* pip now logs to a central location by default (instead of creating
- ``pip-log.txt`` all over the place) and constantly overwrites the
- file in question. On Unix and Mac OS X this is ``'$HOME/.pip/pip.log'``
- and on Windows it's ``'%HOME%\\pip\\pip.log'``. You are still able to
- override this location with the ``$PIP_LOG_FILE`` environment variable.
- For a complete (appended) logfile use the separate ``'--log'`` command line
- option.
-* Fixed an issue with Git that left an editable packge as a checkout of a
- remote branch, even if the default behaviour would have been fine, too.
-* Fixed installing from a Git tag with older versions of Git.
-* Expand "~" in logfile and download cache paths.
-* Speed up installing from Mercurial repositories by cloning without
- updating the working copy multiple times.
-* Fixed installing directly from directories (e.g.
- ``pip install path/to/dir/``).
-* Fixed installing editable packages with ``svn+ssh`` URLs.
-* Don't print unwanted debug information when running the freeze command.
-* Create log file directory automatically. Thanks Alexandre Conrad.
-* Make test suite easier to run successfully. Thanks Dave Abrahams.
-* Fixed "pip install ." and "pip install .."; better error for directory
- without setup.py. Thanks Alexandre Conrad.
-* Support Debian/Ubuntu "dist-packages" in zip command. Thanks duckx.
-* Fix relative --src folder. Thanks Simon Cross.
-* Handle missing VCS with an error message. Thanks Alexandre Conrad.
-* Added --no-download option to install; pairs with --no-install to separate
- download and installation into two steps. Thanks Simon Cross.
-* Fix uninstalling from requirements file containing -f, -i, or
- --extra-index-url.
-* Leftover build directories are now removed. Thanks Alexandre Conrad.
-
-
-**0.6.3**
-
-
-* Fixed import error on Windows with regard to the backwards compatibility
- package
-
-
-**0.6.2**
-
-
-* Fixed uninstall when /tmp is on a different filesystem.
-
-* Fixed uninstallation of distributions with namespace packages.
-
-
-**0.6.1**
-
-
-* Added support for the ``https`` and ``http-static`` schemes to the
- Mercurial and ``ftp`` scheme to the Bazaar backend.
-
-* Fixed uninstallation of scripts installed with easy_install.
-
-* Fixed an issue in the package finder that could result in an
- infinite loop while looking for links.
-
-* Fixed issue with ``pip bundle`` and local files (which weren't being
- copied into the bundle), from Whit Morriss.
-
-
-**0.6**
-
-
-* Add ``pip uninstall`` and uninstall-before upgrade (from Carl
- Meyer).
-
-* Extended configurability with config files and environment variables.
-
-* Allow packages to be upgraded, e.g., ``pip install Package==0.1``
- then ``pip install Package==0.2``.
-
-* Allow installing/upgrading to Package==dev (fix "Source version does not
- match target version" errors).
-
-* Added command and option completion for bash and zsh.
-
-* Extended integration with virtualenv by providing an option to
- automatically use an active virtualenv and an option to warn if no active
- virtualenv is found.
-
-* Fixed a bug with pip install --download and editable packages, where
- directories were being set with 0000 permissions, now defaults to 755.
-
-* Fixed uninstallation of easy_installed console_scripts.
-
-* Fixed uninstallation on Mac OS X Framework layout installs
-
-* Fixed bug preventing uninstall of editables with source outside venv.
-
-* Creates download cache directory if not existing.
-
-
-**0.5.1**
-
-
-* Fixed a couple little bugs, with git and with extensions.
-
-
-**0.5**
-
-
-* Added ability to override the default log file name (``pip-log.txt``)
- with the environmental variable ``$PIP_LOG_FILE``.
-
-* Made the freeze command print installed packages to stdout instead of
- writing them to a file. Use simple redirection (e.g.
- ``pip freeze > stable-req.txt``) to get a file with requirements.
-
-* Fixed problem with freezing editable packages from a Git repository.
-
-* Added support for base URLs using ``<base href='...'>`` when parsing
- HTML pages.
-
-* Fixed installing of non-editable packages from version control systems.
-
-* Fixed issue with Bazaar's bzr+ssh scheme.
-
-* Added --download-dir option to the install command to retrieve package
- archives. If given an editable package it will create an archive of it.
-
-* Added ability to pass local file and directory paths to ``--find-links``,
- e.g. ``--find-links=file:///path/to/my/private/archive``
-
-* Reduced the amount of console log messages when fetching a page to find a
- distribution was problematic. The full messages can be found in pip-log.txt.
-
-* Added ``--no-deps`` option to install ignore package dependencies
-
-* Added ``--no-index`` option to ignore the package index (PyPI) temporarily
-
-* Fixed installing editable packages from Git branches.
-
-* Fixes freezing of editable packages from Mercurial repositories.
-
-* Fixed handling read-only attributes of build files, e.g. of Subversion and
- Bazaar on Windows.
-
-* When downloading a file from a redirect, use the redirected
- location's extension to guess the compression (happens specifically
- when redirecting to a bitbucket.org tip.gz file).
-
-* Editable freeze URLs now always use revision hash/id rather than tip or
- branch names which could move.
-
-* Fixed comparison of repo URLs so incidental differences such as
- presence/absence of final slashes or quoted/unquoted special
- characters don't trigger "ignore/switch/wipe/backup" choice.
-
-* Fixed handling of attempt to checkout editable install to a
- non-empty, non-repo directory.
-
-
-**0.4**
-
-
-* Make ``-e`` work better with local hg repositories
-
-* Construct PyPI URLs the exact way easy_install constructs URLs (you
- might notice this if you use a custom index that is
- slash-sensitive).
-
-* Improvements on Windows (from `Ionel Maries Cristian
- <http://ionelmc.wordpress.com/>`_).
-
-* Fixed problem with not being able to install private git repositories.
-
-* Make ``pip zip`` zip all its arguments, not just the first.
-
-* Fix some filename issues on Windows.
-
-* Allow the ``-i`` and ``--extra-index-url`` options in requirements
- files.
-
-* Fix the way bundle components are unpacked and moved around, to make
- bundles work.
-
-* Adds ``-s`` option to allow the access to the global site-packages if a
- virtualenv is to be created.
-
-* Fixed support for Subversion 1.6.
-
-
-**0.3.1**
-
-
-* Improved virtualenv restart and various path/cleanup problems on win32.
-
-* Fixed a regression with installing from svn repositories (when not
- using ``-e``).
-
-* Fixes when installing editable packages that put their source in a
- subdirectory (like ``src/``).
-
-* Improve ``pip -h``
-
-
-**0.3**
-
-
-* Added support for editable packages created from Git, Mercurial and Bazaar
- repositories and ability to freeze them. Refactored support for version
- control systems.
-
-* Do not use ``sys.exit()`` from inside the code, instead use a
- return. This will make it easier to invoke programmatically.
-
-* Put the install record in ``Package.egg-info/installed-files.txt``
- (previously they went in
- ``site-packages/install-record-Package.txt``).
-
-* Fix a problem with ``pip freeze`` not including ``-e svn+`` when an
- svn structure is peculiar.
-
-* Allow ``pip -E`` to work with a virtualenv that uses a different
- version of Python than the parent environment.
-
-* Fixed Win32 virtualenv (``-E``) option.
-
-* Search the links passed in with ``-f`` for packages.
-
-* Detect zip files, even when the file doesn't have a ``.zip``
- extension and it is served with the wrong Content-Type.
-
-* Installing editable from existing source now works, like ``pip
- install -e some/path/`` will install the package in ``some/path/``.
- Most importantly, anything that package requires will also be
- installed by pip.
-
-* Add a ``--path`` option to ``pip un/zip``, so you can avoid zipping
- files that are outside of where you expect.
-
-* Add ``--simulate`` option to ``pip zip``.
-
-
-**0.2.1**
-
-
-* Fixed small problem that prevented using ``pip.py`` without actually
- installing pip.
-
-* Fixed ``--upgrade``, which would download and appear to install
- upgraded packages, but actually just reinstall the existing package.
-
-* Fixed Windows problem with putting the install record in the right
- place, and generating the ``pip`` script with Setuptools.
-
-* Download links that include embedded spaces or other unsafe
- characters (those characters get %-encoded).
-
-* Fixed use of URLs in requirement files, and problems with some blank
- lines.
-
-* Turn some tar file errors into warnings.
-
-
-**0.2**
-
-
-* Renamed to ``pip``, and to install you now do ``pip install
- PACKAGE``
-
-* Added command ``pip zip PACKAGE`` and ``pip unzip PACKAGE``. This
- is particularly intended for Google App Engine to manage libraries
- to stay under the 1000-file limit.
-
-* Some fixes to bundles, especially editable packages and when
- creating a bundle using unnamed packages (like just an svn
- repository without ``#egg=Package``).
-
-
-**0.1.4**
-
-
-* Added an option ``--install-option`` to pass options to pass
- arguments to ``setup.py install``
-
-* ``.svn/`` directories are no longer included in bundles, as these
- directories are specific to a version of svn -- if you build a
- bundle on a system with svn 1.5, you can't use the checkout on a
- system with svn 1.4. Instead a file ``svn-checkout.txt`` is
- included that notes the original location and revision, and the
- command you can use to turn it back into an svn checkout. (Probably
- unpacking the bundle should, maybe optionally, recreate this
- information -- but that is not currently implemented, and it would
- require network access.)
-
-* Avoid ambiguities over project name case, where for instance
- MyPackage and mypackage would be considered different packages.
- This in particular caused problems on Macs, where ``MyPackage/`` and
- ``mypackage/`` are the same directory.
-
-* Added support for an environmental variable
- ``$PIP_DOWNLOAD_CACHE`` which will cache package downloads, so
- future installations won't require large downloads. Network access
- is still required, but just some downloads will be avoided when
- using this.
-
-
-**0.1.3**
-
-
-* Always use ``svn checkout`` (not ``export``) so that
- ``tag_svn_revision`` settings give the revision of the package.
-
-* Don't update checkouts that came from ``.pybundle`` files.
-
-
-**0.1.2**
-
-
-* Improve error text when there are errors fetching HTML pages when
- seeking packages.
-
-* Improve bundles: include empty directories, make them work with
- editable packages.
-
-* If you use ``-E env`` and the environment ``env/`` doesn't exist, a
- new virtual environment will be created.
-
-* Fix ``dependency_links`` for finding packages.
-
-
-**0.1.1**
-
-
-* Fixed a NameError exception when running pip outside of a
- virtualenv environment.
-
-* Added HTTP proxy support (from Prabhu Ramachandran)
-
-* Fixed use of ``hashlib.md5`` on python2.5+ (also from Prabhu
- Ramachandran)
-
-
-**0.1**
-
-
-* Initial release
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-Copyright (c) 2008-2014 The pip developers (see AUTHORS.txt file)
-
-Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
-a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
-"Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
-without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
-distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
-permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
-the following conditions:
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-included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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-include AUTHORS.txt
-include LICENSE.txt
-include CHANGES.txt
-include PROJECT.txt
-include pip/cacert.pem
-recursive-include docs *.rst
-recursive-include docs *.html
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-Metadata-Version: 1.1
-Name: pip
-Version: 1.5.6
-Summary: A tool for installing and managing Python packages.
-Home-page: https://pip.pypa.io/
-Author: The pip developers
-Author-email: python-virtualenv@groups.google.com
-License: MIT
-Description:
- Project Info
- ============
-
- * Project Page: https://github.com/pypa/pip
- * Install howto: https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/installing.html
- * Changelog: https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/news.html
- * Bug Tracking: https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues
- * Mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/python-virtualenv
- * Docs: https://pip.pypa.io/
- * User IRC: #pypa on Freenode.
- * Dev IRC: #pypa-dev on Freenode.
-
- Quickstart
- ==========
-
- First, :doc:`Install pip <installing>`.
-
- Install a package from `PyPI`_:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install SomePackage
- [...]
- Successfully installed SomePackage
-
- Show what files were installed:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip show --files SomePackage
- Name: SomePackage
- Version: 1.0
- Location: /my/env/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages
- Files:
- ../somepackage/__init__.py
- [...]
-
- List what packages are outdated:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip list --outdated
- SomePackage (Current: 1.0 Latest: 2.0)
-
- Upgrade a package:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install --upgrade SomePackage
- [...]
- Found existing installation: SomePackage 1.0
- Uninstalling SomePackage:
- Successfully uninstalled SomePackage
- Running setup.py install for SomePackage
- Successfully installed SomePackage
-
- Uninstall a package:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip uninstall SomePackage
- Uninstalling SomePackage:
- /my/env/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages/somepackage
- Proceed (y/n)? y
- Successfully uninstalled SomePackage
-
-
- .. _PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/
-
-Keywords: easy_install distutils setuptools egg virtualenv
-Platform: UNKNOWN
-Classifier: Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable
-Classifier: Intended Audience :: Developers
-Classifier: License :: OSI Approved :: MIT License
-Classifier: Topic :: Software Development :: Build Tools
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2.6
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 2.7
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 3
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 3.1
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 3.2
-Classifier: Programming Language :: Python :: 3.3
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-Project Info
-============
-
-* Project Page: https://github.com/pypa/pip
-* Install howto: https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/installing.html
-* Changelog: https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/news.html
-* Bug Tracking: https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues
-* Mailing list: http://groups.google.com/group/python-virtualenv
-* Docs: https://pip.pypa.io/
-* User IRC: #pypa on Freenode.
-* Dev IRC: #pypa-dev on Freenode.
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-pip
-===
-
-.. image:: https://pypip.in/v/pip/badge.png
- :target: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip
-
-.. image:: https://secure.travis-ci.org/pypa/pip.png?branch=develop
- :target: http://travis-ci.org/pypa/pip
-
-For documentation, see https://pip.pypa.io/
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-:orphan:
-
-Configuration
-=============
-
-This content is now covered in the :doc:`User Guide <user_guide>`
-
-
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-:orphan:
-
-============
-Cookbook
-============
-
-This content is now covered in the :doc:`User Guide <user_guide>`
-
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-===========
-Development
-===========
-
-Pull Requests
-=============
-
-Submit Pull Requests against the `develop` branch.
-
-Provide a good description of what you're doing and why.
-
-Provide tests that cover your changes and try to run the tests locally first.
-
-Automated Testing
-=================
-
-All pull requests and merges to 'develop' branch are tested in `Travis <https://travis-ci.org/>`_
-based on our `.travis.yml file <https://github.com/pypa/pip/blob/develop/.travis.yml>`_.
-
-Usually, a link to your specific travis build appears in pull requests, but if not,
-you can find it on our `travis pull requests page <https://travis-ci.org/pypa/pip/pull_requests>`_
-
-The only way to trigger Travis to run again for a pull request, is to submit another change to the pull branch.
-
-We also have Jenkins CI that runs regularly for certain python versions on windows and centos.
-
-Running tests
-=============
-
-OS Requirements: subversion, bazaar, git, and mercurial.
-
-Python Requirements: tox or pytest, virtualenv, scripttest, and mock
-
-Ways to run the tests locally:
-
-::
-
- $ tox -e py33 # The preferred way to run the tests, can use pyNN to
- # run for a particular version or leave off the -e to
- # run for all versions.
- $ python setup.py test # Using the setuptools test plugin
- $ py.test # Using py.test directly
- $ tox # Using tox against pip's tox.ini
-
-
-Getting Involved
-================
-
-The pip project welcomes help in the following ways:
-
-- Making Pull Requests for code, tests, or docs.
-- Commenting on open issues and pull requests.
-- Helping to answer questions on the mailing list.
-
-If you want to become an official maintainer, start by helping out.
-
-Later, when you think you're ready, get in touch with one of the maintainers,
-and they will initiate a vote.
-
-Release Process
-===============
-
-This process includes virtualenv, since pip releases necessitate a virtualenv release.
-
-As an example, the instructions assume we're releasing pip-1.4, and virtualenv-1.10.
-
-1. Upgrade setuptools, if needed:
-
- #. Upgrade setuptools in ``virtualenv/develop`` using the :ref:`Refresh virtualenv` process.
- #. Create a pull request against ``pip/develop`` with a modified ``.travis.yml`` file that installs virtualenv from ``virtualenv/develop``, to confirm the travis builds are still passing.
-
-2. Create Release branches:
-
- #. Create ``pip/release-1.4`` branch.
- #. In ``pip/develop``, change ``pip.version`` to '1.5.dev1'.
- #. Create ``virtualenv/release-1.10`` branch.
- #. In ``virtualenv/develop``, change ``virtualenv.version`` to '1.11.dev1'.
-
-3. Prepare "rcX":
-
- #. In ``pip/release-1.4``, change ``pip.version`` to '1.4rcX', and tag with '1.4rcX'.
- #. Build a pip sdist from ``pip/release-1.4``, and build it into ``virtualenv/release-1.10`` using the :ref:`Refresh virtualenv` process.
- #. In ``virtualenv/release-1.10``, change ``virtualenv.version`` to '1.10rcX', and tag with '1.10rcX'.
-
-4. Announce ``pip-1.4rcX`` and ``virtualenv-1.10rcX`` with the :ref:`RC Install Instructions` and elicit feedback.
-
-5. Apply fixes to 'rcX':
-
- #. Apply fixes to ``pip/release-1.4`` and ``virtualenv/release-1.10``
- #. Periodically merge fixes to ``pip/develop`` and ``virtualenv/develop``
-
-6. Repeat #4 thru #6 if needed.
-
-7. Final Release:
-
- #. In ``pip/release-1.4``, change ``pip.version`` to '1.4', and tag with '1.4'.
- #. Merge ``pip/release-1.4`` to ``pip/master``.
- #. Build a pip sdist from ``pip/release-1.4``, and load it into ``virtualenv/release-1.10`` using the :ref:`Refresh virtualenv` process.
- #. Merge ``vitualenv/release-1.10`` to ``virtualenv/develop``.
- #. In ``virtualenv/release-1.10``, change ``virtualenv.version`` to '1.10', and tag with '1.10'.
- #. Merge ``virtualenv/release-1.10`` to ``virtualenv/master``
- #. Build and upload pip and virtualenv sdists to PyPI.
-
-.. _`Refresh virtualenv`:
-
-Refresh virtualenv
-++++++++++++++++++
-
-#. Update the embedded versions of pip and setuptools in ``virtualenv_support``.
-#. Run ``bin/rebuild-script.py`` to rebuild virtualenv based on the latest versions.
-
-
-.. _`RC Install Instructions`:
-
-RC Install Instructions
-+++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-::
-
- $ curl -L -O https://github.com/pypa/virtualenv/archive/1.10rc1.tar.gz
- $ echo "<md5sum value> 1.10rc1.tar.gz" | md5sum -c
- 1.10rc1.tar.gz: OK
- $ tar zxf 1.10rc1.tar.gz
- $ python virtualenv-1.10rc1/virtualenv.py myVE
- $ myVE/bin/pip install SomePackage
-
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-:orphan:
-
-"ImportError: No module named setuptools"
-+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Although using ``pip install --upgrade setuptools`` to upgrade from distribute
-to setuptools works in isolation, it's possible to get "ImportError: No module
-named setuptools" when using pip<1.4 to upgrade a package that depends on
-setuptools or distribute.
-
-e.g. when running a command like this: `pip install --upgrade pyramid`
-
-Solution
-~~~~~~~~
-
-To prevent the problem in *new* environments (that aren't broken yet):
-
-* Option 1:
-
- * *First* run `pip install -U setuptools`,
- * *Then* run the command to upgrade your package (e.g. `pip install --upgrade pyramid`)
-
-* Option 2:
-
- * Upgrade pip using :ref:`get-pip <get-pip>`
- * *Then* run the command to upgrade your package (e.g. `pip install --upgrade pyramid`)
-
-To fix the problem once it's occurred, you'll need to manually install the new
-setuptools, then rerun the upgrade that failed.
-
-1. Download `ez_setup.py` (https://bitbucket.org/pypa/setuptools/downloads/ez_setup.py)
-2. Run `python ez_setup.py`
-3. Then rerun your upgrade (e.g. `pip install --upgrade pyramid`)
-
-
-Cause
-~~~~~
-
-distribute-0.7.3 is just an empty wrapper that only serves to require the new
-setuptools (setuptools>=0.7) so that it will be installed. (If you don't know
-yet, the "new setuptools" is a merge of distribute and setuptools back into one
-project).
-
-distribute-0.7.3 does its job well, when the upgrade is done in isolation.
-E.g. if you're currently on distribute-0.6.X, then running `pip install -U
-setuptools` works fine to upgrade you to setuptools>=0.7.
-
-The problem occurs when:
-
-1. you are currently using an older distribute (i.e. 0.6.X)
-2. and you try to use pip to upgrade a package that *depends* on setuptools or
- distribute.
-
-As part of the upgrade process, pip builds an install list that ends up
-including distribute-0.7.3 and setuptools>=0.7 , but they can end up being
-separated by other dependencies in the list, so what can happen is this:
-
-1. pip uninstalls the existing distribute
-2. pip installs distribute-0.7.3 (which has no importable setuptools, that pip
- *needs* internally to function)
-3. pip moves on to install another dependency (before setuptools>=0.7) and is
- unable to proceed without the setuptools package
-
-Note that pip v1.4 has fixes to prevent this. distribute-0.7.3 (or
-setuptools>=0.7) by themselves cannot prevent this kind of problem.
-
-
-.. _setuptools: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools
-.. _distribute: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/distribute
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-pip
-===
-
-`User list <http://groups.google.com/group/python-virtualenv>`_ |
-`Dev list <http://groups.google.com/group/pypa-dev>`_ |
-`Github <https://github.com/pypa/pip>`_ |
-`PyPI <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip/>`_ |
-User IRC: #pypa |
-Dev IRC: #pypa-dev
-
-The `PyPA recommended
-<https://python-packaging-user-guide.readthedocs.org/en/latest/current.html>`_
-tool for installing and managing Python packages.
-
-.. toctree::
- :maxdepth: 2
-
- quickstart
- installing
- user_guide
- reference/index
- development
- news
-
-
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-.. _`Installation`:
-
-Installation
-============
-
-Python & OS Support
--------------------
-
-pip works with CPython versions 2.6, 2.7, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 and also pypy.
-
-pip works on Unix/Linux, OS X, and Windows.
-
-.. note::
-
- Python 2.5 was supported through v1.3.1, and Python 2.4 was supported through v1.1.
-
-
-.. _`get-pip`:
-
-Install pip
------------
-
-To install or upgrade pip, securely download `get-pip.py
-<https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py>`_. [1]_
-
-Then run the following (which may require administrator access)::
-
- python get-pip.py
-
-If `setuptools`_ (or `distribute`_) is not already installed, ``get-pip.py`` will
-install `setuptools`_ for you. [2]_
-
-To upgrade an existing `setuptools`_ (or `distribute`_), run ``pip install -U setuptools`` [3]_
-
-
-Upgrade pip
------------
-
-On Linux or OS X:
-
-::
-
- pip install -U pip
-
-
-On Windows [4]_:
-
-::
-
- python -m pip install -U pip
-
-
-
-Using Package Managers
-----------------------
-
-On Linux, pip will generally be available for the system install of python using
-the system package manager, although often the latest version will be
-unavailable.
-
-On Debian and Ubuntu::
-
- sudo apt-get install python-pip
-
-On Fedora::
-
- sudo yum install python-pip
-
-
-----
-
-.. [1] "Secure" in this context means using a modern browser or a
- tool like `curl` that verifies SSL certificates when downloading from
- https URLs.
-
-.. [2] Beginning with pip v1.5.1, ``get-pip.py`` stopped requiring setuptools to
- be installed first.
-
-.. [3] Although using ``pip install --upgrade setuptools`` to upgrade from
- distribute to setuptools works in isolation, it's possible to get
- "ImportError: No module named setuptools" when using pip<1.4 to upgrade a
- package that depends on setuptools or distribute. See :doc:`here for
- details <distribute_setuptools>`.
-
-.. [4] https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/1299
-
-.. _setuptools: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/setuptools
-.. _distribute: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/distribute
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-:orphan:
-
-================
-Internal Details
-================
-
-This content is now covered in the :doc:`Reference Guide <reference/index>`
-
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-=============
-Release Notes
-=============
-
-.. include:: ../CHANGES.txt
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-Quickstart
-==========
-
-First, :doc:`Install pip <installing>`.
-
-Install a package from `PyPI`_:
-
-::
-
- $ pip install SomePackage
- [...]
- Successfully installed SomePackage
-
-Show what files were installed:
-
-::
-
- $ pip show --files SomePackage
- Name: SomePackage
- Version: 1.0
- Location: /my/env/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages
- Files:
- ../somepackage/__init__.py
- [...]
-
-List what packages are outdated:
-
-::
-
- $ pip list --outdated
- SomePackage (Current: 1.0 Latest: 2.0)
-
-Upgrade a package:
-
-::
-
- $ pip install --upgrade SomePackage
- [...]
- Found existing installation: SomePackage 1.0
- Uninstalling SomePackage:
- Successfully uninstalled SomePackage
- Running setup.py install for SomePackage
- Successfully installed SomePackage
-
-Uninstall a package:
-
-::
-
- $ pip uninstall SomePackage
- Uninstalling SomePackage:
- /my/env/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages/somepackage
- Proceed (y/n)? y
- Successfully uninstalled SomePackage
-
-
-.. _PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/
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-===============
-Reference Guide
-===============
-
-.. toctree::
- :maxdepth: 2
-
- pip
- pip_install
- pip_uninstall
- pip_freeze
- pip_list
- pip_show
- pip_search
- pip_wheel
-
-
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-
-pip
----
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-::
-
- pip <command> [options]
-
-
-Description
-***********
-
-
-.. _`Logging`:
-
-Logging
-=======
-
-Console logging
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-pip offers :ref:`-v, --verbose <--verbose>` and :ref:`-q, --quiet <--quiet>`
-to control the console log level. Each option can be used multiple times and
-used together. One ``-v`` increases the verbosity by one, whereas one ``-q`` decreases it by
-one.
-
-The series of log levels, in order, are as follows::
-
- VERBOSE_DEBUG, DEBUG, INFO, NOTIFY, WARN, ERROR, FATAL
-
-``NOTIFY`` is the default level.
-
-A few examples on how the parameters work to affect the level:
-
-* specifying nothing results in ``NOTIFY``
-* ``-v`` results in ``INFO``
-* ``-vv`` results in ``DEBUG``
-* ``-q`` results in ``WARN``
-* ``-vq`` results in ``NOTIFY``
-
-The most practical use case for users is either ``-v`` or ``-vv`` to see
-additional logging to help troubleshoot an issue.
-
-
-.. _`FileLogging`:
-
-File logging
-~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-pip offers the :ref:`--log <--log>` option for specifying a file where a maximum
-verbosity log will be kept. This option is empty by default. This log appends
-to previous logging.
-
-Additionally, when commands fail (i.e. return a non-zero exit code), pip writes
-a "failure log" for the failed command. This log overwrites previous
-logging. The default location is as follows:
-
-* On Unix and Mac OS X: :file:`$HOME/.pip/pip.log`
-* On Windows, the configuration file is: :file:`%HOME%\\pip\\pip.log`
-
-The option for the failure log, is :ref:`--log-file <--log-file>`.
-
-Both logs add a line per execution to specify the date and what pip executable wrote the log.
-
-Like all pip options, ``--log`` and ``log-file``, can also be set as an environment
-variable, or placed into the pip config file. See the :ref:`Configuration`
-section.
-
-.. _`General Options`:
-
-General Options
-***************
-
-.. pip-general-options::
-
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-
-.. _`pip freeze`:
-
-pip freeze
------------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: freeze
-
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: freeze
-
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: freeze
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1) Generate output suitable for a requirements file.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip freeze
- Jinja2==2.6
- Pygments==1.5
- Sphinx==1.1.3
- docutils==0.9.1
-
-
-2) Generate a requirements file and then install from it in another environment.
-
- ::
-
- $ env1/bin/pip freeze > requirements.txt
- $ env2/bin/pip install -r requirements.txt
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-
-.. _`pip install`:
-
-pip install
------------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: install
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: install
-
-
-.. _`Requirements File Format`:
-
-Requirements File Format
-++++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Each line of the requirements file indicates something to be installed,
-and like arguments to :ref:`pip install`, the following forms are supported::
-
- <requirement specifier>
- <archive url/path>
- [-e] <local project path>
- [-e] <vcs project url>
-
-See the :ref:`pip install Examples<pip install Examples>` for examples of all these forms.
-
-A line beginning with ``#`` is treated as a comment and ignored.
-
-Additionally, the following Package Index Options are supported:
-
- * :ref:`-i, --index-url <--index-url>`
- * :ref:`--extra-index-url <--extra-index-url>`
- * :ref:`--no-index <--no-index>`
- * :ref:`-f, --find-links <--find-links>`
- * :ref:`--allow-external <--allow-external>`
- * :ref:`--allow-all-external <--allow-external>`
- * :ref:`--allow-unverified <--allow-unverified>`
-
-For example, to specify :ref:`--no-index <--no-index>` and 2 :ref:`--find-links <--find-links>` locations:
-
-::
-
---no-index
---find-links /my/local/archives
---find-links http://some.archives.com/archives
-
-
-Lastly, if you wish, you can refer to other requirements files, like this::
-
- -r more_requirements.txt
-
-.. _`Requirement Specifiers`:
-
-Requirement Specifiers
-++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-pip supports installing from "requirement specifiers" as implemented in
-`pkg_resources Requirements <http://packages.python.org/setuptools/pkg_resources.html#requirement-objects>`_
-
-Some Examples:
-
- ::
-
- 'FooProject >= 1.2'
- Fizzy [foo, bar]
- 'PickyThing<1.6,>1.9,!=1.9.6,<2.0a0,==2.4c1'
- SomethingWhoseVersionIDontCareAbout
-
-.. note::
-
- Use single or double quotes around specifiers to avoid ``>`` and ``<`` being
- interpreted as shell redirects. e.g. ``pip install 'FooProject>=1.2'``.
-
-
-
-
-.. _`Pre Release Versions`:
-
-Pre-release Versions
-++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Starting with v1.4, pip will only install stable versions as specified by
-`PEP426`_ by default. If a version cannot be parsed as a compliant `PEP426`_
-version then it is assumed to be a pre-release.
-
-If a Requirement specifier includes a pre-release or development version
-(e.g. ``>=0.0.dev0``) then pip will allow pre-release and development versions
-for that requirement. This does not include the != flag.
-
-The ``pip install`` command also supports a :ref:`--pre <install_--pre>` flag
-that will enable installing pre-releases and development releases.
-
-
-.. _PEP426: http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0426
-
-.. _`Externally Hosted Files`:
-
-Externally Hosted Files
-+++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Starting with v1.4, pip will warn about installing any file that does not come
-from the primary index. As of version 1.5, pip defaults to ignoring these files
-unless asked to consider them.
-
-The ``pip install`` command supports a
-:ref:`--allow-external PROJECT <--allow-external>` option that will enable
-installing links that are linked directly from the simple index but to an
-external host that also have a supported hash fragment. Externally hosted
-files for all projects may be enabled using the
-:ref:`--allow-all-external <--allow-all-external>` flag to the ``pip install``
-command.
-
-The ``pip install`` command also supports a
-:ref:`--allow-unverified PROJECT <--allow-unverified>` option that will enable
-installing insecurely linked files. These are either directly linked (as above)
-files without a hash, or files that are linked from either the home page or the
-download url of a package.
-
-These options can be used in a requirements file. Assuming some fictional
-`ExternalPackage` that is hosted external and unverified, then your requirements
-file would be like so::
-
- --allow-external ExternalPackage
- --allow-unverified ExternalPackage
- ExternalPackage
-
-
-.. _`VCS Support`:
-
-VCS Support
-+++++++++++
-
-pip supports installing from Git, Mercurial, Subversion and Bazaar, and detects
-the type of VCS using url prefixes: "git+", "hg+", "bzr+", "svn+".
-
-pip requires a working VCS command on your path: git, hg, svn, or bzr.
-
-VCS projects can be installed in :ref:`editable mode <editable-installs>` (using
-the :ref:`--editable <install_--editable>` option) or not.
-
-* For editable installs, the clone location by default is "<venv
- path>/src/SomeProject" in virtual environments, and "<cwd>/src/SomeProject"
- for global installs. The :ref:`--src <install_--src>` option can be used to
- modify this location.
-* For non-editable installs, the project is built locally in a temp dir and then
- installed normally.
-
-The url suffix "egg=<project name>" is used by pip in it's dependency logic to
-identify the project prior to pip downloading and analyzing the metadata.
-
-Git
-~~~
-
-pip currently supports cloning over ``git``, ``git+https`` and ``git+ssh``:
-
-Here are the supported forms::
-
- [-e] git+git://git.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- [-e] git+https://git.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- [-e] git+ssh://git.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- -e git+git@git.myproject.org:MyProject#egg=MyProject
-
-Passing branch names, a commit hash or a tag name is possible like so::
-
- [-e] git://git.myproject.org/MyProject.git@master#egg=MyProject
- [-e] git://git.myproject.org/MyProject.git@v1.0#egg=MyProject
- [-e] git://git.myproject.org/MyProject.git@da39a3ee5e6b4b0d3255bfef95601890afd80709#egg=MyProject
-
-Mercurial
-~~~~~~~~~
-
-The supported schemes are: ``hg+http``, ``hg+https``,
-``hg+static-http`` and ``hg+ssh``.
-
-Here are the supported forms::
-
- [-e] hg+http://hg.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- [-e] hg+https://hg.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- [-e] hg+ssh://hg.myproject.org/MyProject#egg=MyProject
-
-You can also specify a revision number, a revision hash, a tag name or a local
-branch name like so::
-
- [-e] hg+http://hg.myproject.org/MyProject@da39a3ee5e6b#egg=MyProject
- [-e] hg+http://hg.myproject.org/MyProject@2019#egg=MyProject
- [-e] hg+http://hg.myproject.org/MyProject@v1.0#egg=MyProject
- [-e] hg+http://hg.myproject.org/MyProject@special_feature#egg=MyProject
-
-Subversion
-~~~~~~~~~~
-
-pip supports the URL schemes ``svn``, ``svn+svn``, ``svn+http``, ``svn+https``, ``svn+ssh``.
-
-You can also give specific revisions to an SVN URL, like so::
-
- [-e] svn+svn://svn.myproject.org/svn/MyProject#egg=MyProject
- [-e] svn+http://svn.myproject.org/svn/MyProject/trunk@2019#egg=MyProject
-
-which will check out revision 2019. ``@{20080101}`` would also check
-out the revision from 2008-01-01. You can only check out specific
-revisions using ``-e svn+...``.
-
-Bazaar
-~~~~~~
-
-pip supports Bazaar using the ``bzr+http``, ``bzr+https``, ``bzr+ssh``,
-``bzr+sftp``, ``bzr+ftp`` and ``bzr+lp`` schemes.
-
-Here are the supported forms::
-
- [-e] bzr+http://bzr.myproject.org/MyProject/trunk#egg=MyProject
- [-e] bzr+sftp://user@myproject.org/MyProject/trunk#egg=MyProject
- [-e] bzr+ssh://user@myproject.org/MyProject/trunk#egg=MyProject
- [-e] bzr+ftp://user@myproject.org/MyProject/trunk#egg=MyProject
- [-e] bzr+lp:MyProject#egg=MyProject
-
-Tags or revisions can be installed like so::
-
- [-e] bzr+https://bzr.myproject.org/MyProject/trunk@2019#egg=MyProject
- [-e] bzr+http://bzr.myproject.org/MyProject/trunk@v1.0#egg=MyProject
-
-
-Finding Packages
-++++++++++++++++
-
-pip searches for packages on `PyPI`_ using the
-`http simple interface <http://pypi.python.org/simple>`_,
-which is documented `here <http://packages.python.org/setuptools/easy_install.html#package-index-api>`_
-and `there <http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0301/>`_
-
-pip offers a number of Package Index Options for modifying how packages are found.
-
-See the :ref:`pip install Examples<pip install Examples>`.
-
-
-.. _`SSL Certificate Verification`:
-
-SSL Certificate Verification
-++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Starting with v1.3, pip provides SSL certificate verification over https, for the purpose
-of providing secure, certified downloads from PyPI.
-
-
-Hash Verification
-+++++++++++++++++
-
-PyPI provides md5 hashes in the hash fragment of package download urls.
-
-pip supports checking this, as well as any of the
-guaranteed hashlib algorithms (sha1, sha224, sha384, sha256, sha512, md5).
-
-The hash fragment is case sensitive (i.e. sha1 not SHA1).
-
-This check is only intended to provide basic download corruption protection.
-It is not intended to provide security against tampering. For that,
-see :ref:`SSL Certificate Verification`
-
-
-Download Cache
-++++++++++++++
-
-pip offers a :ref:`--download-cache <install_--download-cache>` option for
-installs to prevent redundant downloads of archives from PyPI.
-
-The point of this cache is *not* to circumvent the index crawling process, but
-to *just* prevent redundant downloads.
-
-Items are stored in this cache based on the url the archive was found at, not
-simply the archive name.
-
-If you want a fast/local install solution that circumvents crawling PyPI, see
-the :ref:`Fast & Local Installs`.
-
-Like all options, :ref:`--download-cache <install_--download-cache>`, can also
-be set as an environment variable, or placed into the pip config file. See the
-:ref:`Configuration` section.
-
-
-.. _`editable-installs`:
-
-"Editable" Installs
-+++++++++++++++++++
-
-"Editable" installs are fundamentally `"setuptools develop mode"
-<http://packages.python.org/setuptools/setuptools.html#development-mode>`_
-installs.
-
-You can install local projects or VCS projects in "editable" mode::
-
-$ pip install -e path/to/SomeProject
-$ pip install -e git+http://repo/my_project.git#egg=SomeProject
-
-For local projects, the "SomeProject.egg-info" directory is created relative to
-the project path. This is one advantage over just using ``setup.py develop``,
-which creates the "egg-info" directly relative the current working directory.
-
-
-
-Controlling setup_requires
-++++++++++++++++++++++++++
-
-Setuptools offers the ``setup_requires`` `setup() keyword
-<http://pythonhosted.org/setuptools/setuptools.html#new-and-changed-setup-keywords>`_
-for specifying dependencies that need to be present in order for the `setup.py`
-script to run. Internally, Setuptools uses ``easy_install`` to fulfill these
-dependencies.
-
-pip has no way to control how these dependencies are located. None of the
-Package Index Options have an effect.
-
-The solution is to configure a "system" or "personal" `Distutils configuration
-file
-<http://docs.python.org/2/install/index.html#distutils-configuration-files>`_ to
-manage the fulfillment.
-
-For example, to have the dependency located at an alternate index, add this:
-
-::
-
- [easy_install]
- index_url = https://my.index-mirror.com
-
-To have the dependency located from a local directory and not crawl PyPI, add this:
-
-::
-
- [easy_install]
- allow_hosts = ''
- find_links = file:///path/to/local/archives
-
-
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: install
-
-.. pip-index-options::
-
-
-.. _`pip install Examples`:
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1) Install `SomePackage` and it's dependencies from `PyPI`_ using :ref:`Requirement Specifiers`
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install SomePackage # latest version
- $ pip install SomePackage==1.0.4 # specific version
- $ pip install 'SomePackage>=1.0.4' # minimum version
-
-
-2) Install a list of requirements specified in a file. See the :ref:`Requirements files <Requirements Files>`.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install -r requirements.txt
-
-
-3) Upgrade an already installed `SomePackage` to the latest from PyPI.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install --upgrade SomePackage
-
-
-4) Install a local project in "editable" mode. See the section on :ref:`Editable Installs <editable-installs>`.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install -e . # project in current directory
- $ pip install -e path/to/project # project in another directory
-
-
-5) Install a project from VCS in "editable" mode. See the sections on :ref:`VCS Support <VCS Support>` and :ref:`Editable Installs <editable-installs>`.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install -e git+https://git.repo/some_pkg.git#egg=SomePackage # from git
- $ pip install -e hg+https://hg.repo/some_pkg.git#egg=SomePackage # from mercurial
- $ pip install -e svn+svn://svn.repo/some_pkg/trunk/#egg=SomePackage # from svn
- $ pip install -e git+https://git.repo/some_pkg.git@feature#egg=SomePackage # from 'feature' branch
- $ pip install -e git+https://git.repo/some_repo.git@egg=subdir&subdirectory=subdir_path # install a python package from a repo subdirectory
-
-6) Install a package with `setuptools extras`_.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install SomePackage[PDF]
- $ pip install SomePackage[PDF]==3.0
- $ pip install -e .[PDF]==3.0 # editable project in current directory
-
-
-7) Install a particular source archive file.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install ./downloads/SomePackage-1.0.4.tar.gz
- $ pip install http://my.package.repo/SomePackage-1.0.4.zip
-
-
-8) Install from alternative package repositories.
-
- Install from a different index, and not `PyPI`_ ::
-
- $ pip install --index-url http://my.package.repo/simple/ SomePackage
-
- Search an additional index during install, in addition to `PyPI`_ ::
-
- $ pip install --extra-index-url http://my.package.repo/simple SomePackage
-
- Install from a local flat directory containing archives (and don't scan indexes)::
-
- $ pip install --no-index --find-links=file:///local/dir/ SomePackage
- $ pip install --no-index --find-links=/local/dir/ SomePackage
- $ pip install --no-index --find-links=relative/dir/ SomePackage
-
-
-9) Find pre-release and development versions, in addition to stable versions. By default, pip only finds stable versions.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install --pre SomePackage
-
-
-
-.. _PyPI: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/
-.. _setuptools extras: http://packages.python.org/setuptools/setuptools.html#declaring-extras-optional-features-with-their-own-dependencies
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-.. _`pip list`:
-
-pip list
----------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: list
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: list
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: list
-
-.. pip-index-options::
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1) List installed packages.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip list
- Pygments (1.5)
- docutils (0.9.1)
- Sphinx (1.1.2)
- Jinja2 (2.6)
-
-2) List outdated packages (excluding editables), and the latest version available
-
- ::
-
- $ pip list --outdated
- docutils (Current: 0.9.1 Latest: 0.10)
- Sphinx (Current: 1.1.2 Latest: 1.1.3)
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-.. _`pip search`:
-
-pip search
-----------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: search
-
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: search
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: search
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1. Search for "peppercorn"
-
- ::
-
- $ pip search peppercorn
- pepperedform - Helpers for using peppercorn with formprocess.
- peppercorn - A library for converting a token stream into [...]
-
-.. _`pip wheel`:
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-.. _`pip show`:
-
-pip show
---------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: show
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: show
-
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: show
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1. Show information about a package:
-
- ::
-
- $ pip show sphinx
- ---
- Name: Sphinx
- Version: 1.1.3
- Location: /my/env/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages
- Requires: Pygments, Jinja2, docutils
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-.. _`pip uninstall`:
-
-pip uninstall
--------------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: uninstall
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: uninstall
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: uninstall
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1) Uninstall a package.
-
- ::
-
- $ pip uninstall simplejson
- Uninstalling simplejson:
- /home/me/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/simplejson
- /home/me/env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/simplejson-2.2.1-py2.7.egg-info
- Proceed (y/n)? y
- Successfully uninstalled simplejson
-
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-
-.. _`pip wheel`:
-
-pip wheel
----------
-
-.. contents::
-
-Usage
-*****
-
-.. pip-command-usage:: wheel
-
-
-Description
-***********
-
-.. pip-command-description:: wheel
-
-
-Options
-*******
-
-.. pip-command-options:: wheel
-
-.. pip-index-options::
-
-
-Examples
-********
-
-1. Build wheels for a requirement (and all its dependencies), and then install
-
- ::
-
- $ pip wheel --wheel-dir=/tmp/wheelhouse SomePackage
- $ pip install --no-index --find-links=/tmp/wheelhouse SomePackage
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-:orphan:
-
-==========
-Usage
-==========
-
-The "Usage" section is now covered in the :doc:`Reference Guide <reference/index>`
-
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-==========
-User Guide
-==========
-
-.. contents::
-
-Installing Packages
-*******************
-
-pip supports installing from `PyPI`_, version control, local projects, and
-directly from distribution files.
-
-
-The most common scenario is to install from `PyPI`_ using :ref:`Requirement
-Specifiers`
-
- ::
-
- $ pip install SomePackage # latest version
- $ pip install SomePackage==1.0.4 # specific version
- $ pip install 'SomePackage>=1.0.4' # minimum version
-
-
-For more information and examples, see the :ref:`pip install` reference.
-
-
-.. _`Requirements Files`:
-
-Requirements Files
-******************
-
-"Requirements files" are files containing a list of items to be
-installed using :ref:`pip install` like so:
-
- ::
-
- pip install -r requirements.txt
-
-
-Details on the format of the files are here: :ref:`Requirements File Format`.
-
-Logically, a Requirements file is just a list of :ref:`pip install` arguments
-placed in a file.
-
-In practice, there are 4 common uses of Requirements files: