salt.states.pip_state

Installation of Python Packages Using pip

These states manage system installed python packages. Note that pip must be installed for these states to be available, so pip states should include a requisite to a pkg.installed state for the package which provides pip (python-pip in most cases). Example:

python-pip:
  pkg.installed

virtualenvwrapper:
  pip.installed:
    - require:
      - pkg: python-pip
salt.states.pip_state.installed(name, pkgs=None, pip_bin=None, requirements=None, bin_env=None, use_wheel=False, no_use_wheel=False, log=None, proxy=None, timeout=None, repo=None, editable=None, find_links=None, index_url=None, extra_index_url=None, no_index=False, mirrors=None, build=None, target=None, download=None, download_cache=None, source=None, upgrade=False, force_reinstall=False, ignore_installed=False, exists_action=None, no_deps=False, no_install=False, no_download=False, install_options=None, global_options=None, user=None, cwd=None, pre_releases=False, cert=None, allow_all_external=False, allow_external=None, allow_unverified=None, process_dependency_links=False, env_vars=None, use_vt=False, trusted_host=None, no_cache_dir=False, cache_dir=None, no_binary=None, extra_args=None, **kwargs)

Make sure the package is installed

name

The name of the python package to install. You can also specify version numbers here using the standard operators ==, >=, <=. If requirements is given, this parameter will be ignored.

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - name: django >= 1.6, <= 1.7
    - require:
      - pkg: python-pip

This will install the latest Django version greater than 1.6 but less than 1.7.

requirements

Path to a pip requirements file. If the path begins with salt:// the file will be transferred from the master file server.

user

The user under which to run pip

use_wheelFalse

Prefer wheel archives (requires pip>=1.4)

no_use_wheelFalse

Force to not use wheel archives (requires pip>=1.4)

no_binary

Force to not use binary packages (requires pip >= 7.0.0) Accepts either :all: to disable all binary packages, :none: to empty the set, or a list of one or more packages

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - no_binary: ':all:'

flask:
  pip.installed:
    - no_binary:
      - itsdangerous
      - click
log

Log file where a complete (maximum verbosity) record will be kept

proxy

Specify a proxy in the form user:passwd@proxy.server:port. Note that the user:password@ is optional and required only if you are behind an authenticated proxy. If you provide user@proxy.server:port then you will be prompted for a password.

timeout

Set the socket timeout (default 15 seconds)

editable

install something editable (i.e. git+https://github.com/worldcompany/djangoembed.git#egg=djangoembed)

find_links

URL to look for packages at

index_url

Base URL of Python Package Index

extra_index_url

Extra URLs of package indexes to use in addition to index_url

no_index

Ignore package index

mirrors

Specific mirror URL(s) to query (automatically adds --use-mirrors)

build

Unpack packages into build dir

target

Install packages into target dir

download

Download packages into download instead of installing them

download_cache

Cache downloaded packages in download_cache dir

source

Check out editable packages into source dir

upgrade

Upgrade all packages to the newest available version

force_reinstall

When upgrading, reinstall all packages even if they are already up-to-date.

ignore_installed

Ignore the installed packages (reinstalling instead)

exists_action

Default action when a path already exists: (s)witch, (i)gnore, (w)ipe, (b)ackup

no_deps

Ignore package dependencies

no_install

Download and unpack all packages, but don't actually install them

no_cache_dir:

Disable the cache.

cwd

Current working directory to run pip from

pre_releases

Include pre-releases in the available versions

cert

Provide a path to an alternate CA bundle

allow_all_external

Allow the installation of all externally hosted files

allow_external

Allow the installation of externally hosted files (comma separated list)

allow_unverified

Allow the installation of insecure and unverifiable files (comma separated list)

process_dependency_links

Enable the processing of dependency links

bin_envNone

Absolute path to a virtual environment directory or absolute path to a pip executable. The example below assumes a virtual environment has been created at /foo/.virtualenvs/bar.

env_vars

Add or modify environment variables. Useful for tweaking build steps, such as specifying INCLUDE or LIBRARY paths in Makefiles, build scripts or compiler calls. This must be in the form of a dictionary or a mapping.

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - name: django_app
    - env_vars:
        CUSTOM_PATH: /opt/django_app
        VERBOSE: True
use_vt

Use VT terminal emulation (see output while installing)

trusted_host

Mark this host as trusted, even though it does not have valid or any HTTPS.

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - name: django >= 1.6, <= 1.7
    - bin_env: /foo/.virtualenvs/bar
    - require:
      - pkg: python-pip

Or

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - name: django >= 1.6, <= 1.7
    - bin_env: /foo/.virtualenvs/bar/bin/pip
    - require:
      - pkg: python-pip

Attention

The following arguments are deprecated, do not use.

pip_binNone

Deprecated, use bin_env

Changed in version 0.17.0: use_wheel option added.

install_options

Extra arguments to be supplied to the setup.py install command. If you are using an option with a directory path, be sure to use absolute path.

Example:

django:
  pip.installed:
    - name: django
    - install_options:
      - --prefix=/blah
    - require:
      - pkg: python-pip
global_options

Extra global options to be supplied to the setup.py call before the install command.

New in version 2014.1.3.

Attention

As of Salt 0.17.0 the pip state needs an importable pip module. This usually means having the system's pip package installed or running Salt from an active virtualenv.

The reason for this requirement is because pip already does a pretty good job parsing its own requirements. It makes no sense for Salt to do pip requirements parsing and validation before passing them to the pip library. It's functionality duplication and it's more error prone.

Attention

Please set reload_modules: True to have the salt minion import this module after installation.

Example:

pyopenssl:
    pip.installed:
        - name: pyOpenSSL
        - reload_modules: True
        - exists_action: i
extra_args

pip keyword and positional arguments not yet implemented in salt

pandas:
  pip.installed:
    - name: pandas
    - extra_args:
      - --latest-pip-kwarg: param
      - --latest-pip-arg

Warning

If unsupported options are passed here that are not supported in a minion's version of pip, a No such option error will be thrown.

salt.states.pip_state.mod_aggregate(low, chunks, running)

The mod_aggregate function which looks up all packages in the available low chunks and merges them into a single pkgs ref in the present low data

salt.states.pip_state.removed(name, requirements=None, bin_env=None, log=None, proxy=None, timeout=None, user=None, cwd=None, use_vt=False)

Make sure that a package is not installed.

name

The name of the package to uninstall

user

The user under which to run pip

bin_envNone

the pip executable or virtualenenv to use

use_vt

Use VT terminal emulation (see output while installing)

salt.states.pip_state.uptodate(name, bin_env=None, user=None, cwd=None, use_vt=False)

New in version 2015.5.0.

Verify that the system is completely up to date.

name

The name has no functional value and is only used as a tracking reference

user

The user under which to run pip

bin_env

the pip executable or virtualenenv to use

use_vt

Use VT terminal emulation (see output while installing)