The Python package installer
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pip - The Python Package Installer

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pip is the `package installer`_ for Python. You can use pip to install packages from the `Python Package Index`_ and other indexes.

Please take a look at our documentation for how to install and use pip:

* `Installation`_
* `Usage`_

We release updates regularly, with a new version every 3 months. Find more details in our documentation:

* `Release notes`_
* `Release process`_

In pip 20.3, we're `making a big improvement to the heart of pip`_; `learn more`_. We want your input, so `sign up for our user experience research studies`_ to help us do it right.

If you find bugs, need help, or want to talk to the developers, please use our mailing lists or chat rooms:

* `Issue tracking`_
* `Discourse channel`_
* `User IRC`_

If you want to get involved head over to GitHub to get the source code, look at our development documentation and feel free to jump on the developer mailing lists and chat rooms:

* `GitHub page`_
* `Development documentation`_
* `Development mailing list`_
* `Development IRC`_

Code of Conduct

Everyone interacting in the pip project's codebases, issue trackers, chat
rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the `PSF Code of Conduct`_.

.. _package installer:
.. _Python Package Index:
.. _Installation:
.. _Usage:
.. _Release notes:
.. _Release process:
.. _GitHub page:
.. _Development documentation:
.. _making a big improvement to the heart of pip:
.. _learn more:
.. _sign up for our user experience research studies:
.. _Issue tracking:
.. _Discourse channel:
.. _Development mailing list:
.. _User IRC:
.. _Development IRC:
.. _PSF Code of Conduct: