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
pip-package-list [requirements.txt or setup.py file...]
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setup.py files to be parsed and resolved.
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