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%global __python3 /usr/bin/python3.11
%global python3_pkgversion 3.11
%bcond_with tests
%global srcname pip
%global base_version 22.3.1
%global upstream_version %{base_version}%{?prerel}
%global python_wheel_name %{srcname}-%{upstream_version}-py3-none-any.whl
%global bashcompdir %(pkg-config --variable=completionsdir bash-completion 2>/dev/null)
Name: python%{python3_pkgversion}-%{srcname}
Version: %{base_version}%{?prerel:~%{prerel}}
Release: 4%{?dist}
Summary: A tool for installing and managing Python packages
# We bundle a lot of libraries with pip, which itself is under MIT license.
# Here is the list of the libraries with corresponding licenses:
# appdirs: MIT
# certifi: MPLv2.0
# chardet: LGPLv2
# colorama: BSD
# CacheControl: ASL 2.0
# distlib: Python
# distro: ASL 2.0
# html5lib: MIT
# idna: BSD
# ipaddress: Python
# msgpack: ASL 2.0
# packaging: ASL 2.0 or BSD
# pep517: MIT
# progress: ISC
# pygments: BSD
# pyparsing: MIT
# requests: ASL 2.0
# resolvelib: ISC
# rich: MIT
# setuptools: MIT
# six: MIT
# tenacity: ASL 2.0
# tomli: MIT
# typing-extensions: Python
# urllib3: MIT
# webencodings: BSD
License: MIT and Python and ASL 2.0 and BSD and ISC and LGPLv2 and MPLv2.0 and (ASL 2.0 or BSD)
%if 0%{?rhel} == 8
# To generate the man pages for RHEL8 on a system with Python >= 3.7
# rhpkg prep
# cd into the pip folder
# sed -i '/myst_parser/d;/sphinx_copybutton/d;/sphinx_inline_tabs/d;/sphinxcontrib.towncrier/d' docs/html/
# sphinx-build-3 -b man docs/man docs/build/man -c docs/html
# tar -czf pip-22.3.1-man.tar.gz --exclude=".[^/]*" -v docs/build/man
# mv pip-22.3.1-man.tar.gz ..
Source1: pip-%{base_version}-man.tar.gz
%endif #rhel8
BuildArch: noarch
# Prevent removing of the system packages installed under /usr/lib
# when pip install -U is executed.
# Could be replaced with
Patch0: remove-existing-dist-only-if-path-conflicts.patch
# Use the system level root certificate instead of the one bundled in certifi
# The same patch is a part of the RPM-packaged python-certifi
Patch1: dummy-certifi.patch
# Don't warn the user about pip._internal.main() entrypoint
# In Fedora, we use that in ensurepip and users cannot do anything about it,
# this warning is juts moot. Also, the warning breaks CPython test suite.
Patch2: nowarn-pip._internal.main.patch
# Don't warn the user about packaging's LegacyVersion being deprecated.
# (This also breaks Python's test suite when warnings are treated as errors.)
# Upstream issue:
Patch3: no-version-warning.patch
# CVE-2007-4559, PEP-721, PEP-706: Use tarfile.data_filter for extracting
# - Minimal downstream-only patch, to be replaced by upstream solution
# proposed in
# - Test patch submitted upstream in the above pull request
# - Patch for vendored distlib, accepted upstream:
Patch4: cve-2007-4559-tarfile.patch
# Downstream only patch
# Users might have local installations of pip from using
# `pip install --user --upgrade pip` on older/newer versions.
# If they do that and they run `pip` or `pip3`, the one from /usr/bin is used.
# However that's the one from this RPM package and the import in there might
# fail (it tries to import from ~/.local, but older or newer pip is there with
# a bit different API).
# We add this patch as a dirty workaround to make /usr/bin/pip* work with
# both pip10+ (from this RPM) and older or newer (19.3+) pip (from whatever).
# A proper fix is to put ~/.local/bin in front of /usr/bin in the PATH,
# however others are against that and we cannot change it for existing
# installs/user homes anyway.
# WARNING: /usr/bin/pip* are entrypoints, this cannot be applied in %%prep!
# %%patch10 doesn't work outside of %%prep, so we add it as a source
# Note that since pip 20, old main() import paths are preserved for backwards
# compatibility:
# Meaning we don't need to update any of the older pips to support 20+
# We also don't need to update Pythons to use new import path in ensurepip
Source10: pip-allow-different-versions.patch
# Virtual provides for the packages bundled by pip.
# You can generate it with:
# %%{_rpmconfigdir}/ --namespace 'python%%{1}dist' src/pip/_vendor/vendor.txt
%global bundled() %{expand:
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(cachecontrol)) = 0.12.11
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(certifi)) = 2022.9.24
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(chardet)) = 5
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(colorama)) = 0.4.5
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(distlib)) = 0.3.6
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(distro)) = 1.7
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(idna)) = 3.4
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(msgpack)) = 1.0.4
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(packaging)) = 21.3
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(pep517)) = 0.13
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(platformdirs)) = 2.5.2
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(pygments)) = 2.13
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(pyparsing)) = 3.0.9
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(requests)) = 2.28.1
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(resolvelib)) = 0.8.1
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(rich)) = 12.5.1
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(setuptools)) = 44
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(six)) = 1.16
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(tenacity)) = 8.1
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(tomli)) = 2.0.1
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(typing-extensions)) = 4.4
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(urllib3)) = 1.26.12
Provides: bundled(python%{1}dist(webencodings)) = 0.5.1
# Some manylinux1 wheels need
# Manylinux1, a common (as of 2019) platform tag for binary wheels, relies
# on a glibc version that included ancient crypto functions, which were
# moved to libxcrypt and then removed in:
# The manylinux1 standard assumed glibc would keep ABI compatibility,
# but that's only the case if (libxcrypt-compat) is around.
# This should be solved in the next manylinux standard (but it may be
# a long time until manylinux1 is phased out).
# See:
# Note that manylinux is only applicable to x86 (both 32 and 64 bits)
%global crypt_compat_recommends() %{expand:
Recommends: ( if python%{1}(x86-64))
Recommends: ( if python%{1}(x86-32))
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-devel
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-rpm-macros
# python3 bootstrap: this is rebuilt before the final build of python3, which
# adds the dependency on python3-rpm-generators, so we require it manually
# Note that the package prefix is always python3-, even if we build for 3.X
BuildRequires: python3-rpm-generators
%if 0%{?rhel} == 9
# We utilize the main Python's stack sphinx to build the manual pages
BuildRequires: python3-sphinx
%endif #rhel9
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-setuptools
BuildRequires: bash-completion
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-wheel
BuildRequires: ca-certificates
Requires: ca-certificates
%if %{with tests}
BuildRequires: /usr/bin/git
BuildRequires: /usr/bin/hg
BuildRequires: /usr/bin/bzr
BuildRequires: /usr/bin/svn
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-setuptools-wheel
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-wheel-wheel
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-cryptography
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-mock
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-pytest
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-pretend
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-freezegun
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-scripttest
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-virtualenv
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-werkzeug
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-pyyaml
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-tomli-w
BuildRequires: python%{python3_pkgversion}-installer
# This was previously required and we keep it recommended because a lot of
# sdists installed via pip will try to import setuptools.
# But pip doesn't actually require setuptools.
# It can install wheels without them and it can build wheels in isolation mode
# (using setuptools/flit/poetry/... installed from PyPI).
# Side note: pip bundles pkg_resources from setuptools for internal usage.
Recommends: python%{python3_pkgversion}-setuptools
# Require alternatives version that implements the --keep-foreign flag
Requires(postun): alternatives >= 1.19.1-1
# python3.11 installs the alternatives master symlink to which we attach a slave
Requires: python%{python3_pkgversion}
Requires(post): python%{python3_pkgversion}
Requires(postun): python%{python3_pkgversion}
# Virtual provides for the packages bundled by pip:
%{bundled %{python3_pkgversion}}
%{crypt_compat_recommends %{python3_pkgversion}}
%description -n python%{python3_pkgversion}-%{srcname}
pip is a package management system used to install and manage software packages
written in Python. Many packages can be found in the Python Package Index
(PyPI). pip is a recursive acronym that can stand for either "Pip Installs
Packages" or "Pip Installs Python".
%package -n %{python_wheel_pkg_prefix}-%{srcname}-wheel
Summary: The pip wheel
Requires: ca-certificates
# Virtual provides for the packages bundled by pip:
%{bundled %{python3_pkgversion}}
%{crypt_compat_recommends %{python3_pkgversion}}
%description -n %{python_wheel_pkg_prefix}-%{srcname}-wheel
A Python wheel of pip to use with venv.
%autosetup -p1 -n %{srcname}-%{upstream_version}
# this goes together with patch4
rm src/pip/_vendor/certifi/*.pem
%if 0%{?rhel} == 9
# Remove unneeded doc dependencies
sed -i '/myst_parser/d;/sphinx_copybutton/d;/sphinx_inline_tabs/d;/sphinxcontrib.towncrier/d' docs/html/
%endif #rhel9
# tests expect wheels in here
ln -s %{python_wheel_dir} tests/data/common_wheels
# Remove windows executable binaries
rm -v src/pip/_vendor/distlib/*.exe
sed -i '/\.exe/d'
%if 0%{?rhel} == 9
# Build the man pages
export PYTHONPATH=./src/
sphinx-build-3 -b man docs/man docs/build/man -c docs/html
%endif #rhel9
# The following is similar to %%pyproject_install, but we don't have
# /usr/bin/pip yet, so we install using the wheel directly.
# (This is not standard wheel usage, but the pip wheel supports it -- see
# pip/
%{python3} dist/%{python_wheel_name}/pip install \
--root %{buildroot} \
--no-deps \
--disable-pip-version-check \
--progress-bar off \
--verbose \
--ignore-installed \
--no-warn-script-location \
--no-index \
--no-cache-dir \
--find-links dist \
# Install the man pages
%if 0%{?rhel} == 8
tar -xvf %{SOURCE1}
%endif #rhel8
pushd docs/build/man
install -d %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1
for MAN in *1; do
install -pm0644 $MAN %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1/${MAN/pip/pip%{python3_pkgversion}}
install -pm0644 $MAN %{buildroot}%{_mandir}/man1/${MAN/pip/pip-%{python3_pkgversion}}
# before we ln -s anything, we apply Source10 patch to all pips:
for PIP in %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip*; do
patch -p1 --no-backup-if-mismatch $PIP < %{SOURCE10}
mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{bashcompdir}
PYTHONPATH=%{buildroot}%{python3_sitelib} \
%{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip completion --bash \
> %{buildroot}%{bashcompdir}/pip%{python3_pkgversion}
# Make bash completion apply to all the 5 symlinks we install
sed -i -e "s/^\\(complete.*\\) pip\$/\\1 pip{,-}%{python3_pkgversion}/" \
-e s/_pip_completion/_pip%{python3_pkgversion}_completion/ \
# Provide symlinks to executables to comply with Fedora guidelines for Python
ln -s ./pip%{python3_pkgversion} %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip-%{python3_pkgversion}
# Make sure the INSTALLER is not pip and remove RECORD
# %%pyproject macros do this for all packages
echo rpm > %{buildroot}%{python3_sitelib}/pip-%{upstream_version}.dist-info/INSTALLER
rm %{buildroot}%{python3_sitelib}/pip-%{upstream_version}.dist-info/RECORD
mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{python_wheel_dir}
install -p dist/%{python_wheel_name} -t %{buildroot}%{python_wheel_dir}
# RHEL: Remove binaries conflicting with RHEL's main pip
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip
rm %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip3
# All ghost files controlled by alternatives need to exist for the files
# section check to succeed
touch %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip3
touch %{buildroot}%{_bindir}/pip-3
%if 0%{?rhel} == 9
# Verify bundled provides are up to date
%{_rpmconfigdir}/ src/pip/_vendor/vendor.txt --namespace 'python%{python3_pkgversion}dist' \
--compare-with '%{bundled %{python3_pkgversion}}'
%endif #rhel9
%if %{with tests}
# Upstream tests
# bash completion tests only work from installed package
pytest_k='not completion'
# --deselect'ed tests are not compatible with the latest virtualenv
# These files contain almost 500 tests so we should enable them back
# as soon as pip will be compatible upstream
%pytest -m 'not network' -k "$(echo $pytest_k)" \
--deselect tests/functional --deselect tests/lib/
%post -n python%{python3_pkgversion}-%{srcname}
alternatives --add-slave python3 %{_bindir}/python%{python3_version} \
%{_bindir}/pip3 \
pip3 \
alternatives --add-slave python3 %{_bindir}/python%{python3_version} \
%{_bindir}/pip-3 \
pip-3 \
%postun -n python%{python3_pkgversion}-%{srcname}
# Do this only during uninstall process (not during update)
if [ $1 -eq 0 ]; then
# Only remove the slave links if the master link for python3 still exists.
# Due to a possible bug in yum, python3.11 gets removed before python3.11-pip
# even though we have declared Requires(postun): python3.11
EXISTS=`alternatives --display python3 | \
grep -c "^/usr/bin/python%{python3_version} - priority [0-9]*"`
if [ $EXISTS -ne 0 ]; then
alternatives --keep-foreign --remove-slave python3 %{_bindir}/python%{python3_version} \
alternatives --keep-foreign --remove-slave python3 %{_bindir}/python%{python3_version} \
%files -n python%{python3_pkgversion}-%{srcname}
%doc README.rst
%license %{python3_sitelib}/pip-%{upstream_version}.dist-info/LICENSE.txt
%dir %{bashcompdir}
%ghost %{_bindir}/pip3
%ghost %{_bindir}/pip-3
%files -n %{python_wheel_pkg_prefix}-%{srcname}-wheel
%license LICENSE.txt
# we own the dir for simplicity
%dir %{python_wheel_dir}/
* Tue Aug 08 2023 Petr Viktorin <> - 22.3.1-4
- Use tarfile.data_filter for extracting (CVE-2007-4559, PEP-721, PEP-706)
Resolves: RHBZ#2218249
* Mon Mar 06 2023 Lumír Balhar <> - 22.3.1-3
- Fix changelog to contain Fedora contributors
Resolves: RHEL-232
* Mon Jan 30 2023 Charalampos Stratakis <> - 22.3.1-2
- Add BuildRequires on python3.11-rpm-macros
* Wed Aug 03 2022 Charalampos Stratakis <> - 22.3.1-1
- Initial package
- Fedora contributions by:
Bill Nottingham <>
Charalampos Stratakis <>
David Malcolm <>
Dennis Gilmore <>
Jon Ciesla <>
Karolina Surma <>
Kevin Fenzi <>
Kevin Kofler <>
Luke Macken <>
Lumir Balhar <>
Marcel Plch <>
Matej Stuchlik <>
Michal Cyprian <>
Miro Hrončok <>
Orion Poplawski <>
Pádraig Brady <>
Peter Halliday <>
Petr Viktorin <>
Robert Kuska <>
Slavek Kabrda <>
Tim Flink <>
Tomáš Hrnčiar <>
Tomas Orsava <>
Toshio Kuratomi <>
Ville Skyttä <>