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Chromedriver Installer

Project description

Install ChromeDriver executable with pip, easy_install and setup.py.

Usage

Manual Installation

Clone the repository:

(e)$ git clone https://github.com/peterhudec/chromedriver_installer.git

Install the most recent ChromeDriver version without verifying checksum.

(e)$ python setup.py install

Install specific ChromeDriver version without verifying checksum.

(e)$ python setup.py install --chromedriver-version=2.10

Install specific ChromeDriver version and verify checksum. Note that you can pass multiple coma-separated checksums to the --chromedriver-checksums option. This is useful if you plan to install ChromeDriver on various platforms because there is separate version with different checksum for each platform.

(e)$ python setup.py install \
    --chromedriver-version=2.10 \
    --chromedriver-checksums=4fecc99b066cb1a346035bf022607104,058cd8b7b4b9688507701b5e648fd821

After install, there should be the chromedriver executable available in your path.

(e)$ which chromedriver
/home/andypipkin/e/bin/chromedriver
(e)$ chromedriver --version
ChromeDriver 2.10.267518
(e)$ chromedriver
Starting ChromeDriver (v2.10.267518) on port 9515
Only local connections are allowed.

Installation with PIP

The same as before except you need to pass the install options wrapped in pip’s --install-option="" option.

(e)$ pip install chromedriver_installer \
    --install-option="--chromedriver-version=2.10" \
    --install-option="--chromedriver-checksums=4fecc99b066cb1a346035bf022607104,058cd8b7b4b9688507701b5e648fd821"

Testing

You need tox to run the tests.

(e)$ git clone https://github.com/peterhudec/chromedriver_installer.git
(e)$ pip install -r requirements.txt
(e)$ tox

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