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Project Description

About

installdist is used to ease the installation of local Python packages. It will probably be most useful to developers who are working with Python packages. With a single command, it will look for the nearest dist/ directory, identify the package with the highest version (or most recent timestamp), uninstall any pre-existing package with the same name, then install the package to the local installation. It doesn’t do anything that pip fundamentally can’t, it just simplifies the workflow greatly.

Installation

pip3 install --user installdist

The installdist package is known to be compatible with Python 3.

Usage

usage: installdist [OPTIONS] FILES/FOLDERS

Smartly install local Python source packages.

optional arguments:
-2, --pip2 install package with pip2
-a, --auto skip prompts for user input
-d, --dry-run indicate the commands to be run but do not execute them
-n, --new install package possessing the most recent timestamp
-p PACKAGE, --package PACKAGE
 install package by parent directory
-q, --quiet suppress normal output (for use with –auto)
-s, --system install to system directory
-v, --verbose set logging level to verbose
--version show program’s version number and exit
-w, --wheel install wheel package

NOTE: By default, installdist will uninstall any pre-existing installation before using pip3 install –user to install the highest version zip or tarball package available.

Please note that by default, installdist will use pip3 install --user to install the highest version zip or tarball package available. If you’d like to use pip2, wheel packages, the package with the most recent timestamp, or install to the system installation, use the appropriate flag.

installdist will not make changes without prompting you for confirmation, so don’t fear mistakes. To test a command, you may use the dry run flag (-d or --dry-run). It will simulate the command exactly, including any prompts.

To install a Python source package from the package’s root directory, installdist will look for a dist/ directory (in the current and parent directories) and identify the package with the highest version number.

installdist

To install a Python source package from the package’s root directory, installdist will look for a dist/ directory (in the current and parent directories) and identify the package possessing the most recent timestamp.

installdist --new

To install a Python source package:

installdist package.tar.gz

To install a Python source package by indicating the package’s parent directory:

installdist -p ~/Development/project

If you are working in a virtualenv or wish to install to your root installation, remember to use the --system flag:

installdist -s

License

Copyright (c) 2015 Six (brbsix@gmail.com).

Licensed under the GPLv3 license.

Release History

Release History

0.2.1

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0.2.0

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File Name & Checksum SHA256 Checksum Help Version File Type Upload Date
installdist-0.2.1-py3-none-any.whl (9.9 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 py3 Wheel Aug 19, 2015
installdist-0.2.1.tar.gz (7.2 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source Aug 19, 2015

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