I've installed a Python package using pip, which is a replacement for easy_install. How do I get a list of which installed files are associated with this package?
Basically, I'm looking for the Python package equivalent of
You could do that by using command:
pip show -f <package>
I use virtualenv with pip, so here are the steps I follow. Assume I'm working in the
dave_venv virtual environment.
$ cat ~/.bashrc export WORKON_HOME=/usr/local/virtualenvs $ cd /usr/local/virtualenvs/dave_venv/lib/python2.6/site-packages $ ls # This should show <your_package>. $ cd <your_package> $ ls # now you're looking at your package's files.
Two years later, most pip instances have show, however, not all packages have the installed-files.txt program for the subcommand to read.
A workaround is to fire up the python shell and do this:
>>> import eventlet >>> eventlet.__path__ ['/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/eventlet']
where "eventlet" is the package I installed with pip.