[Python-ideas] High time for a builtin function to manage packages (simply)?
donald at stufft.io
Mon Sep 7 06:05:31 CEST 2015
On September 6, 2015 at 11:26:04 PM, Chris Angelico (rosuav at gmail.com) wrote:
> > How often does pip actually need to upgrade an already-installed
> package in order to install something you've just requested?
> Maybe the
> rule could be simpler: if there are any upgrades at all, regardless
> whether you've imported from those packages, recommend a restart.
> use-case I'd be most expecting is this:
Due to the nature of ``pip install --upgrade``, it's fairly common. At this
time ``pip install --upgrade`` is "greedy" and will try to upgrade the named
package and all of it's dependencies, even if their is already a version of the
dependency installed that satisfies the version constraints.
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