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Analyzes the packages installed in a Python environment

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Overview

envrpt analyzes the packages installed in a Python environment and produces a report of its findings. Currently, it:

  • Identifies and catalogs all packages installed in the environment.
  • Checks PyPI to determine if new versions of installed packages are available.
  • Checks for missing and incorrect dependencies amongst the installed packages.
  • Checks installed packages against Safety DB to identify those with known vulnerabilities.

Usage

When installed into the environment you wish to analyze (pip install envrpt), the envrpt command should become available:

$ envrpt --help
usage: envrpt [-h] [-v] [--skip-outdated-check] [--skip-vulnerability-check] [-f {console,html,json,markdown}]
              [-o FILENAME] [-s] [-p]

Analyzes the packages installed in a Python environment

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v, --version         show program's version number and exit
  --skip-outdated-check
                        skips querying the package server for new versions of packages
  --skip-vulnerability-check
                        skips checking installed packages for known vulnerabilities
  -f {console,html,json,markdown}, --format {console,html,json,markdown}
                        the format to output the environment report in; if not specified, defaults to console
  -o FILENAME, --output FILENAME
                        the filename to write the output to; if not specified, defaults to stdout
  -s, --summary-only    only show a summary of the environment
  -p, --problems-only   only show packages with problems

License

envrpt is released under the terms of the MIT License.

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