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Pippin

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THIS IS AN EXPERIMENT. PLAY WITH IT, THINK ABOUT IT, DON'T USE IT ON PRODUCTION.

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pip pin

Specify and pin dependencies from setup.py.

TL;DR;

from setuptools import find_packages, setup

setup(
    name='meriadok',
    version='1.0.',
    packages=find_packages(),
    setup_requires=[
        'pip-pin',
    ],
    install_requires=[
        'flask',
    ],
    tests_require=[
        'pytest',
    ],
    develop_requires=[
        'black',
    ],
)

Non-pinned dependencies:

Just install whatever you want with pip.

Pinning

This will produce (or update) .pip-pin directory, which you are supposed to commit into the repo.

$ ./setup.py pin [(--install|--tests|--develop)]

Note that this will pin only things listed in a respective setup.py section. This means you can have additional stuff installed on your local virtualenv, and noone is going to care until you make it a dependency.

Pinned dependencies:

Installing pinned dependencies:

$ ./setup.py sync [(--install|--tests|--develop)]

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