Note: I’ve since switched to poetry for Python dependency management.
As of June 25th, pipenv supports overriding PyPI urls with mirror indices. This is useful for developers who want to use a PyPI mirror or proxy repository with a pipenv-managed project, without the need to repeatedly modify the Pipfile to point to the mirror.
--pypi-mirror parameter has been added to all commands which depend upon connectivity to PyPI.
If you’d like to override the default PyPI index urls with the url for a PyPI mirror, you can use the following:
$ pipenv install --pypi-mirror <mirror_url> $ pipenv update --pypi-mirror <mirror_url> $ pipenv sync --pypi-mirror <mirror_url> $ pipenv lock --pypi-mirror <mirror_url> $ pipenv uninstall --pypi-mirror <mirror_url>
Alternatively, you can set the
PIPENV_PYPI_MIRROR environment variable.
Since November 2017, pipenv has been the PyPA recommended dependency manager for Python projects. After using it for a bit, I noticed it lacked the ability to specify a PyPI mirror, a feature necessary for corporate adoption. In many corporate environments:Leave a Comment