Display installed pip packages and their update status..
pip-check gives you a quick overview of all installed packages and their update status. Under the hood it calls pip list --outdated --format=columns and transforms it into a more user friendly table.
pip install pip-check
$ pip-check # If your terminal does not support the table lines, # you can show an ASCII table: $ pip-check --ascii # You can specify the pip executable: $ pip-check --cmd=pip3 # List only packages that are not dependencies of installed packages: $ pip-check --not-required # Some packages have ridiculous long versions. To show them: $ pip-check --full-version # Do not show packages where their version is up to date: $ pip-check --hide-unchanged # Show only packages which were installed in the user space: $ pip-check --user # Do not show packages that are installed outside the current virtualenv: $ pip-check --local
- v2.4 (2019-07-23):
Added support to only show packages from the user or local package namespace.
- v2.3.3 (2018-02-19):
Visual fixes around --show-update
- v2.3.2 (2018-02-18):
New --show-update argument.
Fixed --full-versions argument.
Minor UI improvements.
- v2.1 (2018-02-18):
Complete new architecture. It now calls pip directly and parses it output which should be more reliable.
It’s also using distutils for the version comparision now, which is more reliable as well.
Lots of features and bug fixes.
- v0.2 (2016-02-09):
Fixes issues with older pip versions.
Truncates extremly long version numbers.
- v0.1 (2016-02-06):
Very first version, and yet with very limited features.
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