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Use this module to get the sizes of used imports in a project

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Use this module to get the sizes of used imports in a project

Example use

Here is some example output for Cli2Gui

Cli2Gui > [git] master >> importsize .
art             : size=5.578 MB
emoji           : size=367.937 KB
getostheme      : size=6.738 KB
Pillow          : size=4.0 MB
pypandoc        : size=51.578 KB
PySimpleGUI     : size=1.234 MB
PySimpleGUIQt   : size=604.810 KB
PySimpleGUIWeb  : size=560.013 KB
PyYAML          : size=195.4 KB


  • ImportSize looks at the installed files and calculates the module/ import sizes
  • Failing that, ImportSize looks at the first online package size for the latest version (note that this is less accurate than the former method)

Install With PIP

pip install importsize

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Language information

Built for

This program has been written for Python 3 and has been tested with Python version 3.8.0

Install Python on Windows


choco install python


To install Python, go to and download the latest version.

Install Python on Linux


sudo apt install python3.8

How to run

With VSCode

  1. Open the .py file in vscode
  2. Ensure a python 3.8 interpreter is selected (Ctrl+Shift+P > Python:Select Interpreter > Python 3.8)
  3. Run by pressing Ctrl+F5 (if you are prompted to install any modules, accept)

From the Terminal


How to update, build and publish

  1. Ensure you have installed the following dependencies Linux
    wget | python3.8
    wget | python3.8
    (wget -UseBasicParsing).Content | python
    (wget -UseBasicParsing).Content | python
  2. Use poetry for the heavy lifting and dephell to generate requirements
    poetry update
    dephell deps convert
  3. Build/ Publish
    poetry build
    poetry publish
    poetry publish --build



Using The Command Line

  1. Press the Clone or download button in the top right
  2. Copy the URL (link)
  3. Open the command line and change directory to where you wish to clone to
  4. Type 'git clone' followed by URL in step 2
$ git clone

More information can be found at

Using GitHub Desktop

  1. Press the Clone or download button in the top right
  2. Click open in desktop
  3. Choose the path for where you want and click Clone

More information can be found at

Download Zip File

  1. Download this GitHub repository
  2. Extract the zip archive
  3. Copy/ move to the desired location

Community Files


MIT License Copyright (c) FredHappyface (See the LICENSE for more information.)


See the Changelog for more information.

Code of Conduct

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