Managing Python Packages and Virtual Environments

Managing Python Packages and Virtual Environments
Managing Python Packages and Virtual Environments
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Learn how to manage the requirements of your Python projects using virtual environments and pip, the Python package installer. You will also take a look at several related tools: virtualenvwrapper, pipenv, and poetry.

Most real-world Python projects make use of code written by others, and usually this code is included by installing Python packages. In this course, Managing Python Packages and Virtual Environments, you will learn everything you need to install and manage the packages your project requires using pip, the Python package installer. When you start working on more than a single project, you will find that there’s a need to install packages for one project separately from another project. You will come to understand that there’s a tool for this situation as well: virtualenv, and no professional Python developer can go without it. First, we will explore everything you need to know in order to use virtual environments on a daily basis. After covering these two core tools, you will then discover other tools that you should at least be aware of: first of all, there’s virtualenvwrapper, which makes managing virtual environments a lot less painful. Finally, you will discover two newer tools: pipenv and poetry, and the direction the Python community is headed. By the end of this course, you will learn how to manage the requirements of your Python projects using virtual environments and pip,

Table of Contents

1 Course Overview
2 Introduction
3 Getting Started
4 Demo – Installing pip on Windows
5 Installing pip on Mac OS or Linux
6 Demo – Linux Installation
7 Demo – Package Management with pip
8 Demo – Getting Package Information with pip
9 Review
10 Demo – Where are Packages Installed
11 Demo – A Better Way to Call pip
12 About Virtual Environments
13 Creating a Virtual Environment
14 Working Inside a Virtual Environment
15 Review
16 Managing Project Requirements
17 Projects, Requirements, and Versions
18 A Real-world Example
19 Another Example – Testing with Tox
20 Intro and Installation
21 Working with virtualenvwrapper
22 Review
23 Introducing pipenv and poetry
24 Pipenv
25 Poetry
26 Conclusion


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