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pip-freeze — description of pip freeze command

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Description

Output installed packages in requirements format.

packages are listed in a case-insensitive sorted order.

Usage

python -m pip freeze [options]

Options

-r, --requirement <file>

Use the order in the given requirements file and its comments when generating output. This option can be used multiple times.

-f, --find-links <url>

URL for finding packages, which will be added to the output.

-l, --local

If in a virtualenv that has global access, do not output globally-installed packages.

--user

Only output packages installed in user-site.

--path <path>

Restrict to the specified installation path for listing packages (can be used multiple times).

--all

Do not skip these packages in the output: distribute, setuptools, wheel, pip

--exclude-editable

Exclude editable package from output.

--exclude <package>

Exclude specified package from the output

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Referenced By

pip(1).

The man pages pip-3.9-freeze(1), pip3.9-freeze(1), pip-3-freeze(1) and pip3-freeze(1) are aliases of pip-freeze(1).

December 17, 2020 20.3 pip