On behalf of the PyPA, I am pleased to announce that pip 19.3 has been
The full release notes are available at https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/news/
but the main highlights are:
- support for `manylinux2014` wheels
- slightly faster load time
- many bug fixes and lots of minor improvements
While the upgrade should be painless, we would recommend that users test
the release before deploying in production, as with any other software
To install pip 19.3, you can use `get-pip.py` (as described in
https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/installing) or run:
`python -m pip install --upgrade pip`
Note that if you are using a version of pip supplied by your distribution
vendor, vendor-supplied upgrades will be available in due course.
The pip development team is extremely grateful to everyone in the community
for their contributions. Thanks to everyone who put so much effort into the
Many of the contributions came from community members, whether in the form
of code, participation in design discussions and/or bug reports.
I recently went through the packaging exercise that's documented here:
Everything seemed to work fine until I got to the testing step where I
was supposed to do an "import example_pkg". Python said it was unable
to find the package. My user name on the test PyPI site is dcoup, so I
also tried "import example_pkg_dcoup", but that didn't work either. I
was using a virtual environment, as recommended in the tutorial. I also
tried the installation and test outside of the virtual environment, but
that didn't work either.
In my case I'm using my Windows 10 workstation. I'm attaching a file
with the output of several commands that might help. Is there something
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