List a package's direct dependencies and their versions.
A utility Python package intended for other library packages. Provides a function that when called with your package name, will print platform and dependency information.
It’s as simple as:
pip install depinfo
The easiest way is to implement the following in your package somewhere.
from depinfo import print_dependencies def show_versions(): print_dependencies("your-package-name")
That’s all there is to it.
If instead you want to access and modify the information, you can make use of the underlying functions that return dictionaries that map package names to their current versions. By default it will include common build packages such as pip.
from depinfo import get_pkg_info help(get_pkg_info)
from depinfo import print_dependencies print_dependencies("depinfo")
System Information ================== OS Linux OS-release 4.4.0-122-generic Python 3.6.5 Package Versions ================ pip 10.0.1 pipdeptree 0.12.1 setuptools 39.0.1 wheel 0.31.0
- Copyright (c) 2018, Moritz E. Beber.
- Free software: Apache Software License 2.0
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