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This is a small Python module for parsing Pip requirement files.

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Requirements Parser

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This is a small Python module for parsing Pip requirement files.

The goal is to parse everything in the Pip requirement file format spec.

Installation

pip install requirements-parser

or

poetry add requirements-parser

Examples

Requirements parser can parse a file-like object or a text string.

>>> import requirements
>>> with open('requirements.txt', 'r') as fd:
...     for req in requirements.parse(fd):
...         print(req.name, req.specs)
Django [('>=', '1.11'), ('<', '1.12')]
six [('==', '1.10.0')]

It can handle most if not all of the options in requirement files that do not involve traversing the local filesystem. These include:

  • editables (-e git+https://github.com/toastdriven/pyelasticsearch.git]{.title-ref})
  • version control URIs
  • egg hashes and subdirectories ([\#egg=django-haystack&subdirectory=setup]{.title-ref})
  • extras ([DocParser[PDF]]{.title-ref})
  • URLs

Documentation

For more details and examples, the documentation is available at: http://requirements-parser.readthedocs.io.

Change Log

Change log is available on GitHub here

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