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get-pip.py: ssl and --user support #895

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g2p commented Apr 15, 2013

I wanted get-pip.py to accept the --user flag.

The first commit updates the install script generator so that it handles binary files and ships cacert.pem. The second allows flags to get-pip.py. The final one rebuilds get-pip.py using the current development version of pip.

This means get-pip.py will download pip over ssl and verify certificates.

g2p added some commits Apr 15, 2013

Ship CA certificates in get-pip.py
This will allow rebuilding the get-pip script with
a recent pip version, one that downloads pip more securely.

jezdez added a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 16, 2013

Merge pull request #895 from g2p/develop
get-pip.py: ssl and --user support

@jezdez jezdez merged commit 18bbcf2 into pypa:develop Apr 16, 2013

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Hold on, I'm pushing a change that makes get-pip.py a bit smaller. I had introduced an inner base64 encoding because of the .pem file, but using quoted-printable gets get-pip.py.gz down from 513K to 362K.

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g2p commented Apr 16, 2013

Hold on, I'm pushing a change that makes get-pip.py a bit smaller. I had introduced an inner base64 encoding because of the .pem file, but using quoted-printable gets get-pip.py.gz down from 513K to 362K.

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