[BangPypers] combine multiple modules in one
shyran at gmail.com
Thu Dec 18 07:13:07 CET 2014
PIP_DOWNLOAD_CACHE could help you, if the device-without-connectivity has the same arch as the device-with-connectivity.
pip stores downloaded bundles in the PIP_DOWNLOAD_CACHE folder, if one is set. I guess, you could just copy over this folder to the device-without-connectivity, set it as PIP_DOWNLOAD_CACHE on that device, and do regular pip installs there. Unless pip keep some registry (of downloaded components) somewhere which I am not aware of.
On Dec 17, 2014, at 11:35 PM, Nitin Kumar <nitin.nitp at gmail.com> wrote:
> say I am installing a module "abc" and it got multiple dependent modules
> say xyz pqr.
> pip easy install will take care of downloading and installing these.
> but i need to install "abc" on a device which doesnt have net connection.
> So do i need to copy tar.gz for each abc, pqr, xyz and install all
> individually or is there a way i can create one installer say final.tar.gz
> out of abc, xyz, pqr (on off box) and copy final.tar.gz to device and
> install using it.
> If I am thinking in totally worng direction, do let me know what all option
> i have.
> is there any already existing sdk for the same??
> Nitin K
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