Compute a hash of a local package archive.
These can be used with –hash in a requirements file to do repeatable installs.
pip hash is a convenient way to get a hash digest for use with
Hash-Checking Mode, especially for packages with multiple archives. The
error message from
pip install --require-hashes ... will give you one
hash, but, if there are multiple archives (like source and binary ones), you
will need to manually download and compute a hash for the others. Otherwise, a
spurious hash mismatch could occur when pip install is passed a
different set of options, like –no-binary.
Compute the hash of a downloaded archive:
$ pip download SomePackage Collecting SomePackage Downloading SomePackage-2.2.tar.gz Saved ./pip_downloads/SomePackage-2.2.tar.gz Successfully downloaded SomePackage $ pip hash ./pip_downloads/SomePackage-2.2.tar.gz ./pip_downloads/SomePackage-2.2.tar.gz: --hash=sha256:93e62e05c7ad3da1a233def6731e8285156701e3419a5fe279017c429ec67ce0