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Pip requirements.txt generator based on imports in project

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pip install pipreqs


    pipreqs [options] [<path>]

    <path>                The path to the directory containing the application files for which a requirements file
                          should be generated (defaults to the current working directory)

    --use-local           Use ONLY local package info instead of querying PyPI
    --pypi-server <url>   Use custom PyPi server
    --proxy <url>         Use Proxy, parameter will be passed to requests library. You can also just set the
                          environments parameter in your terminal:
                          $ export HTTP_PROXY=""
                          $ export HTTPS_PROXY=""
    --debug               Print debug information
    --ignore <dirs>...    Ignore extra directories, each separated by a comma
    --no-follow-links     Do not follow symbolic links in the project
    --encoding <charset>  Use encoding parameter for file open
    --savepath <file>     Save the list of requirements in the given file
    --print               Output the list of requirements in the standard output
    --force               Overwrite existing requirements.txt
    --diff <file>         Compare modules in requirements.txt to project imports
    --clean <file>        Clean up requirements.txt by removing modules that are not imported in project
    --mode <scheme>       Enables dynamic versioning with <compat>, <gt> or <non-pin> schemes
                          <compat> | e.g. Flask~=1.1.2
                          <gt>     | e.g. Flask>=1.1.2
                          <no-pin> | e.g. Flask


$ pipreqs /home/project/location
Successfully saved requirements file in /home/project/location/requirements.txt

Contents of requirements.txt


Why not pip freeze?

  • pip freeze only saves the packages that are installed with pip install in your environment.

  • pip freeze saves all packages in the environment including those that you don’t use in your current project (if you don’t have virtualenv).

  • and sometimes you just need to create requirements.txt for a new project without installing modules.


0.4.11 (2020-03-29)

  • Implement ‘–mode’ (Jake Teo, Jerome Chan)

0.4.8 (2017-06-30)

  • Implement ‘–clean’ and ‘–diff’ (kxrd)

  • Exclude concurrent{,.futures} from stdlib if py2 (kxrd)

0.4.7 (2017-04-20)

  • BUG: remove package/version duplicates

  • Style: pep8

0.4.5 (2016-12-13)

  • Fixed the –pypi-server option

0.4.4 (2016-07-14)

  • Remove Spaces in output

  • Add package to output even without version

0.4.2 (2016-02-10)

  • Fix duplicated lines in requirements.txt (Dmitry Pribysh)

0.4.1 (2016-02-05)

  • Added ignore option (Nick Rhinehart)

0.4.0 (2016-01-28)

  • Walk Abstract Syntax Tree to find imports (Kay Sackey)

0.3.9 (2016-01-20)

  • Fix regex for docstring comments (#35)

0.3.8 (2016-01-12)

  • Add more package mapping

  • fix(pipreqs/mapping): remove pylab reference to matplotlib

  • Remove comments “”” before going through imports

  • Update proxy documentation

0.3.1 (2015-10-20)

  • fixed lint warnings (EJ Lee)

  • add –encoding parameter for open() (EJ Lee)

  • support windows directory separator (EJ Lee)

0.3.0 (2015-09-29)

  • Add –proxy option

  • Add –pypi-server option

0.2.9 (2015-09-24)

  • Ignore irreverent directory when generating requirement.txt (Lee Wei)

  • Modify logging level of “Requirement.txt already exists” to warning (Lee Wei)

0.2.8 (2015-05-11)

  • Add –force option as a protection for overwrites

0.2.6 (2015-05-11)

  • Fix exception when ‘import’ is used inside package name #17

  • Add more tests

0.2.5 (2015-05-11)

  • Fix exception when ‘import’ is used in comments #17

  • Fix duplicate entries in requirements.txt

0.2.4 (2015-05-10)

  • Refactoring

  • fix “import as”

0.2.3 (2015-05-09)

  • Fix multiple alias imports on the same line (Tiago Costa)

  • More package mappings

0.2.2 (2015-05-08)

  • Add ImportName -> PackageName mapping

  • More tests

0.2.1 (2015-05-08)

  • Fix for TypeError for implicit conversion

0.2.0 (2015-05-06)

  • Add –use-local option

  • Exclude relative imports. (Dongwon Shin)

  • Use “latest_release_id” instead of “release_ids[-1]” (Dongwon Shin)

0.1.9 (2015-05-01)

  • Output tuning (Harri Berglund)

  • Use str.partition() to simplify the logic (cclaus)

0.1.8 (2015-04-26)

  • Fixed problems with local imports (Dongwon Shin)

  • Fixed problems with imports with ‘as’ (Dongwon Shin)

  • Fix indentation, pep8 Styling. (Michael Borisov)

  • Optimize imports and adding missing import for sys module. (Michael Borisov)

0.1.7 (2015-04-24)

  • Add more assertions in tests

  • Add more verbose output

  • Add recursive delete to Makefile clean

  • Update Readme

0.1.6 (2015-04-22)

  • py3 print function

0.1.5 (2015-04-22)

  • Add Readme, Add Examples

  • Add Stdlib into package

0.1.1 (2015-04-22)

  • Fix regex matching for imports

  • Release on Pypi

0.1.0 (2015-04-22)

  • First release on Github.

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