Generate a flat list of packages Pip would install.
A small and definitely faulty tool that tries to form a list of packages that you depend on. This is useful in mono-repo's where all dependencies are split into dozens of
One particular use-case that fueled the development of this tool was to create a flat list of dependencies to pre-install in a Docker base image.
Although there is a number of tools that parse and resolve requirement files, I did not find any that parse
setup.py files and extract
usage: pip-package-list [-h] [--recurse-recursive] [--recurse-editable] [--inline-constraints] [--dedupe] [--remove-editable] [--remove-recursive] [--remove-constraints] [--remove-vcs] [--remove-wheel] [--remove-unversioned] [--remove-index-urls] file_paths [file_paths ...] positional arguments: file_paths list of requirements.txt or setup.py files optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --recurse-recursive recurse into -r entries --recurse-editable recurse into -e entries --inline-constraints recurse into -c entries and inline them --dedupe de-duplicate the resulting list --remove-editable remove editable requirements from the final list --remove-recursive remove recursive requirements (-r) from the final list --remove-constraints remove constraints (-c) from the final list --remove-vcs remove vcs requirements from the final list --remove-wheel remove wheel requirements from the final list --remove-unversioned remove requirements without a version number from the final list --remove-index-urls remove -i entries (index urls) from the final list
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