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pip config

Usage

python -m pip config [<file-option>] list
python -m pip config [<file-option>] [--editor <editor-path>] edit

python -m pip config [<file-option>] get name
python -m pip config [<file-option>] set name value
python -m pip config [<file-option>] unset name
python -m pip config [<file-option>] debug
py -m pip config [<file-option>] list
py -m pip config [<file-option>] [--editor <editor-path>] edit

py -m pip config [<file-option>] get name
py -m pip config [<file-option>] set name value
py -m pip config [<file-option>] unset name
py -m pip config [<file-option>] debug

Description

Manage local and global configuration.

Subcommands:

  • list: List the active configuration (or from the file specified)

  • edit: Edit the configuration file in an editor

  • get: Get the value associated with name

  • set: Set the name=value

  • unset: Unset the value associated with name

  • debug: List the configuration files and values defined under them

If none of --user, --global and --site are passed, a virtual environment configuration file is used if one is active and the file exists. Otherwise, all modifications happen on the to the user file by default.

Options

--editor <editor>

Editor to use to edit the file. Uses VISUAL or EDITOR environment variables if not provided.

--global

Use the system-wide configuration file only

--user

Use the user configuration file only

--site

Use the current environment configuration file only

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