pipin is a little script to search for dependencies withinyour project(s).
pipin is a little Python script to search for a given app(s) within your project’s dependencies.
You could probably handle same needs with ack or grep, but pipin is less characters to write, colorizes the output nicely etc.
- Python 2.6+ or 3.3+
- argparse if py2.6
To install pipin, simply run:
sudo pip install pipin
Note: you probably want to install it as sudo in order to pipin everywhere.
Go to folder where all your projects are stored:
Just tell what and where you want to pipin:
pipin Django==1.4.2 .
This will search for “Django==1.4.2” in requirements.txt file in current directory (because “.”).
Search within specific project only? Not a problem!
pipin Django==1.4.2 /path/to/project/
Different requirements file? Not a problem too!
pipin Django==1.4.2 . -f dev_requirements.txt
You might also need to search for multiple apps at once. Then do:
pipin Django==1.4.2 South .
Also, literal asterisk (*) is supported:
pipin Django*1.4 .
This will find occurences of Django==1.4 and Django>=1.4 as they are both valid.
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