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autoupgrade

Automatic upgrade of Python modules and packages

quick start

from autoupgrade import AutoUpgrade
AutoUpgrade("pip").upgrade_if_needed()

The above will upgrade "pip" if there is a new version of pip out there. The upgrade will be unattended and the python script will be restarted

installation

pip install autoupgrade

or install latest from repo:

pip install https://bitbucket.org/jorkar/autoupgrade/get/master.tar.gz

api

classes

class AutoUpgrade(__builtin__.object)

AutoUpgrade class, holds one package

Methods

__init__(self, pkg, index=None, verbose=False)

Args: pkg (str): name of package index (str): alternative index, if not given default from pip will be used. Include full index url, e.g. https://example.com/simple

check(self)

Check if pkg has a later version Returns true if later version exists.

restart(self)

Restart application with same args as it was started. Does not return

upgrade(self, dependencies=False)

Upgrade the package unconditionaly Args: dependencies, update dependencies if True (see pip--no-deps)

upgrade_if_needed(self, restart=True, dependencies=False)

Upgrade the package if there is a later version available. Args: restart, restart app if True dependencies, update dependencies if True (see pip --no-deps)

Supported platforms

Currently tested on Linux with Python 2.7. Should be usable on Windows and *nix.

Test for Python 3 will be done some time.

Release notes

0.2.0

Corrections: - Issue #2, Index did not work when specified - Issue #3, Autoupgrade should not print to console (added verbose flag to keep backward compatibility - Issue #4, Support for pip > 0.6

0.1.5

Corrections: - Issue #1, Extra index did not work for all servers.

0.1.4

  • Fixed bug when version contains characters.

0.1.3

  • Fixed vital fault in 0.1.2

0.1.2

  • Setup file fixes
  • Removed verbose output as default
  • Return value fixed of upgrade()

0.1.1

  • Dependencies updated

0.1.0

Initial release

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