pip - The Python Package Installer¶
Please take a look at our documentation for how to install and use pip:
In pip 20.3, we’ve made a big improvement to the heart of pip; Changes to the pip dependency resolver in 20.3 (2020). We want your input, so sign up for our user experience research studies to help us do it right.
pip 21.0, in January 2021, will remove Python 2 support, per pip’s Python 2 Support policy. Please migrate to Python 3.
If you find bugs, need help, or want to talk to the developers, please use our mailing lists or chat rooms:
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Code of Conduct¶
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