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Attempt to install Wheel in get-pip.py #2800

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Merge pull request #2800 from dstufft/install-wheel-get-pip
Attempt to install Wheel in get-pip.py

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@@ -154,6 +154,16 @@ def parse_args(self, args):
except ImportError:
packages += ["setuptools"]
# Check if the user has requested us not to install wheel
if "--no-wheel" in args or os.environ.get("PIP_NO_WHEEL"):

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--no-wheel ? don't you mean --no-use-wheel?
what about checking --no-binary?

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--no-wheel ? don't you mean --no-use-wheel?
what about checking --no-binary?

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This is only for whether or not wheel gets installed as part of get-pip.py or not. The other option is --no-setuptools. It's not the same thing as the flag passed to pip.

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This is only for whether or not wheel gets installed as part of get-pip.py or not. The other option is --no-setuptools. It's not the same thing as the flag passed to pip.

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