What a great tool! I can see myself using this to explain to folks why the metadata for a given release is broken or incorrect. It would be really nice (for me) to be able to link to specific lines in the metadata file, but I figure most people don't need that feature.
Very interesting to see the list of projects that declare a dependency on `pip` (and thus are probably importing `pip`, although I'm sure most don't actually declare the dependency): https://www.wheelodex.org/projects/pip/rdepends/ On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 11:09 AM John Thorvald Wodder II firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I've created a website that is likely to be of interest to people here: Wheelodex https://www.wheelodex.org, a site for browsing the metadata of wheels on PyPI.
It allows you to find out what projects a wheel depends on, what other projects depend on a given project, what commands & other entry points a wheel defines, what files are in a wheel, etc. You can even search for wheels containing a given module or file, or browse a list of all commands & other entry points defined by wheels. There's also a basic API for getting wheel data as JSON: https://www.wheelodex.org/json-api/.
I'm open to suggestions on what else to do with the data. I'm also open to suggestions on how to make the interface look less sucky.
-- John Wodder
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