provides an unauthenticated plain HTTP proxy so pip can install packages from S3
Pip S3 Proxy
An HTTP frontend for public and private S3 buckets so that pip can install packages from S3.
It's based on https://github.com/rhelmer/caching-s3-proxy and supports many of the same features. Thank you rhelmer!
It works by wrapping pip. You run 'pipsss' instead of 'pip' - pipsss starts a web server in the background and then passes your CLI parameters to pip. At the moment you need to add an extra-index-url to the command line but in the future we might have pipsss add that itself.
python setup.py install (set up your s3 credentials however you like to do that) pipsss install --extra-index-url http://localhost:8000/my-pypi-bucket my-private-package
You can still use the web server in a standalone mode. It works like caching-s3-proxy.
python setup.py install (set up your s3 credentials however you like to do that) pip-s3-proxy & curl localhost:8000/my_bucket/v1/my_file.txt
If you want to listen on a different port, just set the PORT variable:
Alternatively, you can run under uwsgi. It's safe to use multiple workers processes (the shared file cache uses file locking to allow concurrency):
uwsgi -w proxy.wsgi --http=localhost:8000 --workers=10
If you want to put this behind Nginx or Apache, use a socket instead:
uwsgi -w proxy.wsgi -s /var/run/pip-s3-proxy.sock --workers=10
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