What installs "pip"?

Russell Jones russell.jones at physics.ox.ac.uk
Sun Nov 18 17:55:12 UTC 2018

On 18/11/2018 17:41, Michael wrote:
> Which port actually installs pip?
> keybounceMBP:js-beautify michael$ port select --summary
> Name       Selected  Options
> ====       ========  =======
> cython     none      cython27 none
> db         none      db46 db48 none
> llvm       none      mp-llvm-3.5 mp-llvm-3.7 mp-llvm-4.0 mp-llvm-5.0 mp-llvm-6.0 none
> nosetests  none      nosetests27 none
> pip        none      pip36 none
> pygments   none      py36-pygments none
> python     python36  python25-apple python26 python26-apple python27 python27-apple python36 none
> python2    none      python25-apple python26 python26-apple python27 python27-apple none
> python3    none      python36 none
> keybounceMBP:js-beautify michael$ ls /opt/local/bin/pip*
> 4 /opt/local/bin/pip-3.6@
> keybounceMBP:js-beautify michael$
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In python 3.4+, the pip module is built in. So in python3.7, for 
instance, you can use python3.7 -m pip. Alternatively, use the port 
select system, so pip and pip3 are set to pip3.6

In python2, you need py27-pip, and I guess it shows up in port select 


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