How Install a Pip Package From a Local or Remote Git Repository.
Using pip from a local repo
pip install git+file:///path/to/your/package#egg=package-name
Please note a couple of things here:
- There are 3 slashes after file:
- Make sure to add your package-name as an egg parameter. Pipenv will fail the installation without it.
Using pip from a remote repo usingusing ssh
While we are at it, here is how you install a pip package from a remote git repository via ssh:
pip install git+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org:Danilka/MicroDB.git
You can also specify your desired git branch by adding
@master at the end of any of these commands.
Using pipenv from a remote repo using https
Note that there are 2 slashes now, there is a sllash instead of a colon after github.com, and again, this will fail without a package name.
pipenv install git+https://email@example.com/Danilka/MicroDB.git#egg=package-name
You can use any number of combinations of these methods to install packages from local or remote repos using pip or pipenv.