This tool helps you handle requirements.txt installations (e.g. in CI) where uses Anaconda for some packages but also wants pip packages.
Resolve Installations using Pip and Anaconda
This tool helps you handle requirements.txt installations (e.g. in CI) which use Anaconda for packages if that package and version are available, otherwise falls back to pip installing packages through PyPI.
- Free software: GNU General Public License v3
- Documentation: https://ripa.readthedocs.io.
Installation can be done via PyPI:
pip install ripa
Or through this repository by:
python setup.py install
The intention is to reproduce the pip install syntax.
Point ripa at your requirements file and then let ‘er rip:
ripa -r requirements.txt
It will then check each requirements and install prefarably though Anaconda, otherwise through pip.
You can also install individual packages:
ripa pip==10.0 ripa wheel
- First release on PyPI.
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