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Kenneth Reitz

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  • Packaging History
    1. unzip and install from setup.py
    2. easy_install
    3. pip, virtualenv, requirements.txt
  • Python has no lock files!
  • Pipenv
    • Pipfile
      • TOML: easy to read/ write manually
      • Two groups: [package], [dev-package]
    • Pipfile.lock
      • JSON: machine readible
      • transitive dependencies pinned with all acceptable hashes for each releases
      • Two groups: default, develop
    • Install packages concurrently
    • Support multiple source
    • pipenv --venv: show you the venv created
    • pipenv --graph: show dependency tree
    • pipenv check: check the vulnerability of packages
      • e.g., pipenv install django==1.4.2
    • pipenv install --deploy
    • pipenv install --ignore-pipfile
    • pipenv --python <version>: automatically install certain python version if you have pyenv installed
    • pipenv lock -r: generate requirements.txt
    • We should put the lock file on source control.
    • pipenv uninstall uninstall only the package. pipenv sync is needed to uninstall all its transitive dependencies.
    • Pipenv finds created venv through path of the directory. Thus, if you move the directory, you'll have to create a new virtual environment.
    • Pipenv won't be a replacement for setup.py
      • Pipenv is for application.
      • setup.py is for lib.

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