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A script to show details of any python package, irrespective of whether its installed or not.
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Synopsis

I came across the need today to show details about a random PyPi package which wasn't installed on my machine yet. So I simply did pip show <package_name> but it didn't return anything. pip has also removed the --no-install option for simulating an install through which I could have known these details too. So I wrote this little script to show the details of any package even if it isn't installed on your machine.

Installation

pip install pipshow

Usage

Usage

Uninstallation

pip uninstall pipshow

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