pip-check-updates

A tool to upgrade dependencies to the latest versions


Keywords
pip, python
License
MIT
Install
pip install pip-check-updates==0.17.0

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pip-check-updates

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A tool to upgrade dependencies to the latest versions, inspired by npm-check-updates

Install

From PyPi

pip install pip-check-updates

From GitHub

pip install git+https://github.com/zehengl/pip-check-updates.git

Usage

Depends on where you install pip-check-updates, if Python's scripts folder is not in path, the pcu entry point would not be available. However you can replace pcu with python -m pip-check-updates.

Show any new dependencies for the project in the current directory:

Changes are color coded

  • Red = major upgrade
  • Cyan = minor upgrade
  • Green = patch upgrade
pcu
Checking dependencies
100%|████████████████████| 6/6 [00:01<00:00,  5.75it/s]

In requirements.txt

Django  3.1.13  →  3.2.6
pandas  0.25.3  →  1.3.2
tqdm    4.62.0  →  4.62.1

Run pcu requirements.txt -u to upgrade versions in 1 file

Upgrade a project's requirements file:

pcu -u
Upgrading dependencies
100%|████████████████████| 6/6 [00:01<00:00,  5.84it/s]

In requirements.txt

Django  3.1.13  →  3.2.6
pandas  0.25.3  →  1.3.2
tqdm    4.62.0  →  4.62.1

Run pip install -r requirements.txt to install new versions

Specify requirements file if needed, -r option will be recognized as well:

pcu requirements-dev.txt
Checking dependencies
100%|████████████████████| 10/10 [00:01<00:00,  6.05it/s]

In requirements.txt

Django  3.1.13  →  3.2.6
pandas  0.25.3  →  1.3.2
tqdm    4.62.0  →  4.62.1

In requirements-dev.txt

black   21.6b0  →  21.7b0
pylint  2.9.3   →  2.9.6
pytest  5.4.3   →  6.2.4

Run pcu requirements-dev.txt -u to upgrade versions in 2 files

Target version:

pcu requirements-dev.txt -t patch
Checking dependencies
100%|████████████████████| 10/10 [00:02<00:00,  4.73it/s]

In requirements.txt

tqdm  4.62.0  →  4.62.1

In requirements-dev.txt

pylint  2.9.3  →  2.9.6

Run pcu requirements-dev.txt -u to upgrade versions in 2 files

Filter by a pattern:

pcu requirements-dev.txt -f "py*"
Checking dependencies
100%|████████████████████| 10/10 [00:01<00:00,  6.01it/s]

In requirements-dev.txt

pylint  2.9.3  →  2.9.6
pytest  5.4.3  →  6.2.4

Run pcu requirements-dev.txt -u to upgrade versions in 1 file

Work with conda-forge (WIP):

pcu environment.yml -u

Work with Pipenv (WIP)

pcu Pipfile

Show the helper text:

pcu -h
usage: pcu [-h] [-u] [-f FILTER [FILTER ...]] [-t {latest,newest,greatest,minor,patch}] [-x] [-i] [--no_ssl_verify]
       [--no_recursive] [--ignore_warning] [--show_full_path] [--no_color] [--ignore_additional_labels] [--init]
       [path]

pip-check-updates.

positional arguments:
path                  specify path to a requirements file

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-u, --upgrade         overwrite package file with upgraded versions instead of just outputting to console.
-f FILTER [FILTER ...], --filter FILTER [FILTER ...]
                        include only package names matching the given strings.
-t {latest,newest,greatest,major,minor,patch}, --target {latest,newest,greatest,major,minor,patch}
                        target version to upgrade to: latest, newest, greatest, major, minor, patch.
-x, --txt             output new requirements file instead of human-readable message.
-i, --interactive     enable interactive prompts for each dependency.
--no_ssl_verify       disable SSL verification.
--no_recursive        disable recursive checking.
--ignore_warning      ignore warning.
--show_full_path      show full path.
--no_color            disable color.
--ignore_additional_labels
                      ignore additional labels.
--init                initialize pcufile.toml.

Test

python setup.py test

Credits

Contributors

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Pedro Américo
Pedro Américo

🐛 💻
Anders Hovmöller
Anders Hovmöller

🐛
Jani Tiainen
Jani Tiainen

🐛
Daniel A.A. Pelsmaeker
Daniel A.A. Pelsmaeker

🐛
Nikolai Røed Kristiansen
Nikolai Røed Kristiansen

🤔 💻
Giovanni Santini
Giovanni Santini

🤔 💻

This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!