NPM like init command for pip

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  • pip

    The Python package installer

  • I recently had an interesting discussion about the following idea I had: npm has an init command for initializing an empty project, why hasn't pip one? I mean it's a package manager too. I heard some pretty good arguments why pip hasn't one and won't get one(https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/11561) but I wanted to play around with pip so I build one for fun: https://github.com/PythonPizzaDE/pip/tree/init_command

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  • pip

    The Python package installer (by paulfrische)

  • I recently had an interesting discussion about the following idea I had: npm has an init command for initializing an empty project, why hasn't pip one? I mean it's a package manager too. I heard some pretty good arguments why pip hasn't one and won't get one(https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/11561) but I wanted to play around with pip so I build one for fun: https://github.com/PythonPizzaDE/pip/tree/init_command

  • sampleproject

    A sample project that exists for PyPUG's "Tutorial on Packaging and Distributing Projects"

  • The generated project basically is pypa's sample project(https://github.com/pypa/sampleproject)

  • Poetry

    Python packaging and dependency management made easy

  • I think pip is more of a "just installs packages" instead of fully-fledged dependency manager like npm/yarn. Poetry is more similar to them (and has init command).

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