|Faster pip installs|
Last week with the help of the lovely openstack-infra people, I discovered that you can have a local cache of pip downloads. This speeds up rebuilding test environments when you need to jump between branches with different dependencies. Its as simple as chucking something like:
...into your .bashrc or equivalent.
Tags for this post: openstack tips pip cache rackspace
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