pipenv install [package]

Initializes a package manager or installs all packages from Pipfile


packagePackage to install


--systemInstall a Pipfile’s contents into its parent system
-c, --codeInstall packages automatically discovered from import statements
--deployEnforce that your Pipfile.lock is up to date in deployment
--site-packagesEnable site-packages for the virtualenv [env var: PIPENV_SITE_PACKAGES]
--no-site-packagesEnable site-packages for the virtualenv [env var: PIPENV_SITE_PACKAGES]
--skip-lockSkip locking mechanisms and use the Pipfile instead during operation
-e, --editable <Package URL | path>An editable Python package URL or path, often to a VCS repository
--ignore-pipfileIgnore Pipfile when installing, using the Pipfile.lock
--selective-upgrade <package...>Update specified packages
-r, --requirements <path>Import a requirements.txt file
--extra-index-url <URL>URLs to the extra PyPI compatible indexes to query for package look-ups
-i, --index <URL>Target PyPI-compatible package index url
--sequentialInstall dependencies one-at-a-time, instead of concurrently
-d, --devInstall both develop and default packages
--keep-outdatedKeep out-dated dependencies from being updated in Pipfile.lock
--preAllow pre-releases
--python <py_version>Specify which version of Python virtualenv should use
--threeUse Python 3 when creating virtualenv
--twoUse Python 2 when creating virtualenv
--clearClears caches (pipenv, pip, and pip-tools)
-v, --verboseVerbose mode
--pypi-mirror <mirror url>If you would like to override the default PyPI index URLs with the URL for a PyPI mirror