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Pip has an option to upgrade a package (_pip install -U_), however it always downloads sources even if there is already a newest version installed. If you want to check updates for all installed packages then some scripting is required.
This script checks if there is a newer version on PyPI for every installed package. It only prints information about available version and doesn't do any updates. Example output:
A very simple but powerful shell script which enables writing ad-hoc Python scripts for processing line-oriented input. It executes the following code template:
for line in sys.stdin:
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