Configuring so that pip install can work from github
You need the whole python package, with a
setup.py file in it.
A package named
foo would be:
foo # the installable package├── foo│ ├── __init__.py│ └── bar.py└── setup.py
And install from github like:
$ pip install git+ssh://email@example.com/myuser/foo.gitor$ pip install git+https://github.com/myuser/foo.git@v123or$ pip install git+https://github.com/myuser/foo.git@newbranch
I had similar issue when I had to install from github repo, but did not want to install git , etc.
The simple way to do it is using zip archive of the package. Add
/zipball/master to the repo URL:
$ pip install https://github.com/hmarr/django-debug-toolbar-mongo/zipball/masterDownloading/unpacking https://github.com/hmarr/django-debug-toolbar-mongo/zipball/master Downloading master Running setup.py egg_info for package from https://github.com/hmarr/django-debug-toolbar-mongo/zipball/masterInstalling collected packages: django-debug-toolbar-mongo Running setup.py install for django-debug-toolbar-mongoSuccessfully installed django-debug-toolbar-mongoCleaning up...
This way you will make pip work with github source repositories.
If you want to use
requirements.txt file, you will need
git and something like the entry below to anonymously fetch the master branch in your
For regular install:
For "editable" install:
Editable mode downloads the project's source code into
./src in the current directory. It allows
pip freeze to output the correct github location of the package.