Python package-manager

Open-source Python projects categorized as package-manager

Top 23 Python package-manager Projects

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  • Poetry

    Python packaging and dependency management made easy

  • Project mention: Poetry2Nix Development Flake with Matplotlib GTK Support | dev.to | 2024-05-11

    So let’s get straight to the meat. The following Flake dives you a development shell that tries to replicate the underlying poetry project in full nix using poetry2nix.

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  • conan

    Conan - The open-source C and C++ package manager

  • Project mention: Are We Modules Yet? | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-05-01

    Silly question: What's the difference between C++20 modules and https://conan.io? (Google was vague, and ChatGPT, you know, sometimes makes things up so I rather ask fellow humans...)

  • PlatformIO

    Your Gateway to Embedded Software Development Excellence :alien:

  • Project mention: Help Needed with Tauri Desktop App for NFC Card Enrollment on ESP32 | /r/tauri | 2023-08-26

    For the ESP32 in read mode, we've successfully developed a project using PlatformIO that accepts the key during build time and stores it in memory.

  • PDM

    A modern Python package and dependency manager supporting the latest PEP standards

  • Project mention: Implementing Quality Checks In Your Git Workflow With Hooks and pre-commit | dev.to | 2023-12-13

    # See https://pre-commit.com for more information # See https://pre-commit.com/hooks.html for more hooks repos: - repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks rev: v3.2.0 hooks: - id: trailing-whitespace - id: end-of-file-fixer - id: check-yaml - id: check-toml - id: check-added-large-files - repo: local hooks: - id: tox lint name: tox-validation entry: pdm run tox -e test,lint language: system files: ^src\/.+py$|pyproject.toml|^tests\/.+py$ types_or: [python, toml] pass_filenames: false - id: tox docs name: tox-docs language: system entry: pdm run tox -e docs types_or: [python, rst, toml] files: ^src\/.+py$|pyproject.toml|^docs\/ pass_filenames: false - repo: https://github.com/pdm-project/pdm rev: 2.10.4 # a PDM release exposing the hook hooks: - id: pdm-lock-check - repo: https://github.com/jumanjihouse/pre-commit-hooks rev: 3.0.0 hooks: - id: markdownlint

  • integration

    HACS gives you a powerful UI to handle downloads of all your custom needs.

  • Project mention: Thoughts, learnings and regrets after three years on Home Assistant | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-02-12

    I have HACS[0] installed in my Docker image, I use it for exactly one integration and the initial setup seemed a little dodgy but it's been pain-free for a couple of years now.

    [0]: https://hacs.xyz/

  • spack

    A flexible package manager that supports multiple versions, configurations, platforms, and compilers.

  • Project mention: Autodafe: "freeing your freeing your project from the clammy grip of autotools." | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-06

    > Are we talking about the same autotools?

    Yes. Instead of figuring out how to do something particular with every single software package, I can do a --with-foo or --without-bar or --prefix=/opt/baz-1.2.3, and be fairly confident that it will work the way I want.

    Certainly with package managers or (FreeBSD) Ports a lot is taken care of behind the scenes, but the above would also help the package/port maintainers as well. Lately I've been using Spack for special-needs compiles, but maintainer ease also helps there, but there are still cases one a 'fully manual' compile is still done.

    > Suffice it to say, I prefer to work with handwritten makefiles.

    Having everyone 'roll their own' system would probably be worse, because any "mysteriously failure" then has to be debugged specially for each project.

    Have you tried Spack?

    * https://spack.io

    * https://spack.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

  • dcos

    DC/OS - The Datacenter Operating System

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  • dnf

    Package manager based on libdnf and libsolv. Replaces YUM.

  • fusesoc

    Package manager and build abstraction tool for FPGA/ASIC development

  • Project mention: fusesoc VS vextproj - a user suggested alternative | libhunt.com/r/fusesoc | 2024-03-28
  • peru

    a generic package manager, for including other people's code in your projects

  • conan-center-index

    Recipes for the ConanCenter repository

  • Project mention: The xz attack shell script | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-04-02

    Conan is a package manager for C/C++. See: https://conan.io/.

    The way it works is that you can provide "recipes", which are Python scripts, that automate the process of collecting source code (usually from a remote Git repository, or a remote source tarball), patching it, making its dependencies and transitive dependencies available, building for specific platform and architecture (via any number of build systems), then packaging up and serving binaries. There's a lot of complexity involved.

    Here are the two recipes I mentioned:

    libcurl: https://github.com/conan-io/conan-center-index/blob/master/r...

    OpenSSL v3: https://github.com/conan-io/conan-center-index/blob/master/r...

    Now, for the sake of this thread I want to highlight three things here:

    - Conan recipes are usually made by people unaffiliated with the libraries they're packaging;

    - The recipes are fully Turing-complete, do a lot of work, have their own bugs - therefore they should really be treated as software comonents themselves, for the purpose of OSS clearing/supply chain verification, except as far as I know, nobody does it;

    - The recipes can, and do, patch source code and build scripts. There's supporting infrastruture for this built into Conan, and of course one can also do it by brute-force search and replace. See e.g. ZLib recipe that does it both at the same time:

    https://github.com/conan-io/conan-center-index/blob/7b0ac710... -- `_patch_sources` does both direct search-and-replace in source files, and applies the patches from https://github.com/conan-io/conan-center-index/tree/master/r....

    Now, good luck keeping track of what's going on there.

  • scoop-directory

    A searchable directory of buckets for the scoop package manager for Windows

  • Project mention: What is going on with FileZilla? | /r/sysadmin | 2023-06-20

    Scoop search works pretty well for me. Or if I know what program I want, I do a scoop search, or look in the directory (generally by-apps).

  • cmake-conan

    CMake wrapper for conan C and C++ package manager

  • pipupgrade

    πŸ—½ Like yarn outdated/upgrade, but for pip. Upgrade all your pip packages and automate your Python Dependency Management.

  • portage

    [MIRROR] Package management system

  • cget

    C++ package retrieval

  • meta-package-manager

    🎁 wraps all package managers with a unifying CLI

  • Project mention: Writing a Package Manager | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-08-23

    Something like Meta Package Manager? https://github.com/kdeldycke/meta-package-manager

  • ansible-aur

    Ansible module to manage packages from the AUR

  • electric

    A fast, futuristic package manager for Windows. (by dimensionhq)

  • belay

    Belay is a python library that enables the rapid development of projects that interact with hardware via a micropython-compatible board.

  • apt-offline

    Offline APT Package Manager

  • instawow

    World of Warcraft add-on manager CLI and GUI

  • dnfdragora

    dnfdragora is a dnf frontend based on libyui abstraction

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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  • Are We Modules Yet?

    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 May 2024
  • Autodafe: "freeing your freeing your project from the clammy grip of autotools."

    4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Apr 2024
  • The xz attack shell script

    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Apr 2024
  • fusesoc VS vextproj - a user suggested alternative

    2 projects | 28 Mar 2024
  • From Kotlin Scripting to Python

    1 project | dev.to | 7 Mar 2024
  • Instld: The simplest package management for Python

    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 13 Feb 2024
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Index

What are some of the best open-source package-manager projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 Poetry 29,876
2 conan 7,902
3 PlatformIO 7,619
4 PDM 7,152
5 integration 4,793
6 spack 4,064
7 dcos 2,341
8 dnf 1,205
9 fusesoc 1,133
10 peru 1,103
11 conan-center-index 905
12 scoop-directory 839
13 cmake-conan 808
14 pipupgrade 572
15 portage 522
16 cget 444
17 meta-package-manager 444
18 ansible-aur 289
19 electric 240
20 belay 226
21 apt-offline 200
22 instawow 151
23 dnfdragora 129

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