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How to use pipreqs to create requirements.txt file

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How to use pipreqs to create requirements.txt file?

  1. How to use pipreqs to create requirements.txt file?

    I think the errors were due to there being a bunch of files in the directory I was trying to run pipreqs on.

  2. use pipreqs to create requirements.txt file

    I think the errors were due to there being a bunch of files in the directory I was trying to run pipreqs on.

Method 1

I answered my own question. I think the errors were due to there being a bunch of files in the directory I was trying to run pipreqs on. To solve this problem, I created a new empty directory called “test” and put the file I wanted to generate requirements.txt for in that directory. So there is only one file in my new “test” directory. Then I ran the command as follows:

$ pipreqs /Users/ep9k/Desktop/test

and it worked. Really simple…

Method 2

Have you tried:

$ pipreqs --encoding utf-8 "/Users/ep9k/Desktop/UVA/Big/Deal" --force

I’ve managed to create requirement.txt for multiple .py files in one dir.

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