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check whether a package name has been used on PyPI.

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Can I use this name for my python package on PyPI?

check whether a package name has been used on PyPI.


$ pip install caniuse



>>> from caniuse.main import check
>>> check('requests')
u'Sorry, this package name has been registered :(\nHave a look at it:'
>>> check('you_will_never_use_this_name')
u'Congratulations! You can use it :)'


$ caniuse requests
Sorry, this package name has been registered :(
Have a look at it:

$ caniuse you_will_never_use_this_name
Congratulations! You can use it :)


$ pip install -r dev-requirements.txt
$ make test



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