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RIP Pipenv: Tried Too Hard. Do what you need with pip-tools.

Pipenv is dead. It went all of 2019 without a single release, despite about 650 commits to master since the last release. Comments from developers on the project explain it “has been held back by several subdependencies and a complicated release process”. In the past, there were also comments that internal changes to pip broke it, but pip is continuing to evolve in response to the PSF funding developers to work on it. Will they hit this moving target and make a release in 2020? Do I care?




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Nick Timkovich

Nick Timkovich

Software Engineer at Telnyx | ChiPy regular, Having fun with Go | Gamer, Tinkerer, Baker, Hot Sauce Maker | now: Chicago, then: Grand Rapids, Michigan

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