pip show pkg #33

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vbabiy opened this Issue Mar 15, 2011 · 4 comments

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vbabiy commented Mar 15, 2011

The show command would give the end user a look at information things like:

The home page for the package

The version of the package

Dependencies of the package


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There are a couple of new commands in the works:

https://bitbucket.org/ianb/pip/issue/94/please-add-status-command
https://bitbucket.org/ianb/pip/issue/197/option-to-show-what-version-would-
be

Either command, if accepted, could be extended to cover the items you listed.
Thanks for your request by the way.

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vbabiy commented Mar 15, 2011

There are a couple of new commands in the works:

https://bitbucket.org/ianb/pip/issue/94/please-add-status-command
https://bitbucket.org/ianb/pip/issue/197/option-to-show-what-version-would-
be

Either command, if accepted, could be extended to cover the items you listed.
Thanks for your request by the way.

would-be


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Closing - added in #664

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carljm commented Sep 12, 2012

Closing - added in #664

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It looks like

   pip show <package> 

only works for installed packages and not a prospective package. Is there a way to see what would be installed by a doing a

   pip install <package> 

??

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seanjensengrey commented Jan 5, 2014

It looks like

   pip show <package> 

only works for installed packages and not a prospective package. Is there a way to see what would be installed by a doing a

   pip install <package> 

??

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m-aciek Jun 10, 2015

First thing that came to my mind is pip install <package> --no-deps --no-download --no-install.

m-aciek commented Jun 10, 2015

First thing that came to my mind is pip install <package> --no-deps --no-download --no-install.

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