Pip install to requirements.txt

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to-requirements.txt allows to automatically add and delete modules to requirements.txt installing them using pip.

Easy to setup

The installation process include only two steps: install the package using pip and setup up it using script provided by the package. That’s it.


Customize it the way you like: use it only in git repositories, allow or disallow automated requirements.txt file creation, enable or disable the package itself.

Easy to use

After installing the package, running setup command and (optionally) customizing it the package is ready. There is no additional conditions to use. Just install, uninstall or upgrade packages using pip as you usually do.

Always in sync

With to-requirements.txt the project’s requirements.txt will always stay in sync with packages that you install using pip.


To install the package run the following command:

pip install to-requirements.txt

And after that run the command below to initialize the package:

requirements-txt setup

It will update your current pip scripts to execute the functionality of this package. Also, if you want to enable all the available functionality of the package you should put the lines below to your .bashrc, .zshrc or other .*rc file:

alias rt=". rt"
alias requirements-txt=". requirements-txt"

Or simply use the cli command:

rt alias

It will enable sourced mode of the cli execution and the cli will be able to activate your virtual environment / deactivate it if required.

The changes made to pip scripts will not affect ordinary pip workflow after uninstalling to-requirements.txt.


In this section you will get started with the package.