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Automatically check and install modules

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Use this module to automatically verify and install referenced modules you are using in your project. It's a script made to easy the process of first running a program in a fresh environment.


pip install reqcheq


import reqcheq

Make a requirements.txt next to your main file, from which you are going to import reqcheq. Each line is an item. It can have 1 or 2 words.

1st word: import name of the module. If install name is equal to import name, you can leave only this single word. (if you import flask, you should just add flask to your requirements.txt)

2nd word: install name of the module. If your module is imported by a different name than it is installed you add the install name after the 1st word. (if you import dotenv, you should add dotenv python-dotenv to your requirements.txt)

ReqCheq will then automatically try to import given modules and if it fails, will try to install it with pip (windows) or pip3 (linux).

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