[ACCEPTED]-How to roll my own pypi?-pypi
For light-weight solution, use pypiserver.
Update: PyPi is now powered by Warehouse, which is the replacement for Cheese Shop.
The source to Cheese Shop can be downloaded 3 from https://bitbucket.org/pypa/pypi/src. There is also an example, from the 2 page you linked to, of using Apache as a 1 "dumb" Python package repository:
# Mount pypi repositories into URI space Alias /pypi /var/pypi # /pypi/dev: Redirect for unknown packages (fallback to pypi) RewriteCond /var/pypi/dev/$1 !-d RewriteCond /var/pypi/dev/$1 !-f RewriteRule ^/pypi/dev/([^/]+)/?$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/ [R,L] RewriteCond /var/pypi/dev/$1/$2 !-f RewriteRule ^/pypi/dev/([^/]+)/([^/]+)$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/$2 [R,L] # /pypi/stable: Redirect for unknown packages (fallback to pypi) RewriteCond /var/pypi/stable/$1 !-d RewriteCond /var/pypi/stable/$1 !-f RewriteRule ^/pypi/stable/([^/]+)/?$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/ [R,L] RewriteCond /var/pypi/stable/$1/$2 !-f RewriteRule ^/pypi/stable/([^/]+)/([^/]+)$ http://pypi.python.org/pypi/$1/$2 [R,L]
Warehouse would be your best bet in 2017. From the 9 project's README:
Warehouse is a next generation 8 Python Package Repository designed to replace the 7 legacy code base that currently powers PyPI
You 6 can run Warehouse locally using
docker-compose. See Getting started in 5 the documentation for instructions on how 4 to set it up.
It is maintained by The Python Packaging Authority (PyPA) who work 3 in cooperation with members of the Python 2 core development team, and there is a live version running at https://pypi.org/ which 1 mirrors everything in the legacy PyPI (https://pypi.python.org/).
We are using it in a corporate environment 2 and are pretty satisfied. It supports replication, private 1 indexes and index inheritance.
There is a fork of djangopypi named djangopypi2 5 you can get it from https://github.com/popen2/djangopypi2/, I installed it and 4 works for me, this option is what I had 3 choose from a list of about 24 alternatives 2 that I have found in a recently search, you 1 can see the list here: http://uyeya.blogspot.com/2013/10/list-of-local-alternatives-of-pypi.html
Updated: crate.io has shut down and the 7 domain is now something else entirely.
One 6 project that hasn't been mentioned is https://crate.io/, which 5 seems very active. It claims to be a "Next 4 Generation Python Packaging Index", but 3 they have their repositories split nicely 2 into pieces that seem to welcome customization 1 and remixing to your purposes.
If you would like a lighter solution then 2 deploying an entire pypi server, you could 1 try using a server index generated by basketweaver.
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