Check your requirements for proper PEP 438 usage.
Check packages in your requirements file for proper usage of the PEP 438 tools.
This online PEP 438 checker is also great.
The script is available on PyPI. To install with pip:
$ sudo pip install pep438
Check individual packages:
$ pep438 django pillow ✓ django: 0 links ✗ pillow: 360 links
Check requirements file:
$ pep438 -r requirements.txt ✓ django: 0 links ✗ south: 1 links ✓ django-model-utils: 0 links ✓ django-simple-history: 0 links ✓ django-email-log: 0 links
Check packages of a pypi user:
$ pep438 -u treyhunner ✓ Pycco: 0 links ✓ Pycco: 0 links ✓ EditorConfig: 0 links ✓ names: 0 links ✓ django-simple-history: 0 links ✓ django-localflavor-us: 0 links ✓ django-email-log: 0 links ✓ django-relatives: 0 links ✓ pep438: 0 links
Check piped input:
$ cat *-requirements.txt | pep438 ✓ django: 0 links ✗ south: 1 links ✓ django-model-utils: 0 links ✓ django-simple-history: 0 links ✓ django-email-log: 0 links
Pull requests are welcome. Please read the CONTRIBUTING file for tips on submitting pull requests.
This project is released under an MIT License.
- Pin requirements-parser to version 0.4.0
- Add --errors-only flag for only displaying problems
- Add --user flag for showing all packages from a given PyPI user
- Fix dependency reqfile-parser is now requirements-parser
- Fix incorrect link counts and count URLs instead
- Improve error message when package not hosted on PyPI
- Improve README
- Raise exception when package not hosted on PyPI
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