Private Python Packages
Use Anystack as your private PyPI repository and let your user install your packages with ease
`$ git:(main)` ^1000 pip install -i https://torch.pypi.pub -r req.txt^500
`Looking in indexes: https://torch.pypi.pub`
`User for torch.pypi.pub:` [email protected]
`Installing collected packages: torch`
`✅ Successfully installed torch-3.0.0`
Secure high-speed downloads, allowing you to easily distribute your software to users without worrying about slow download speeds or security issues.
Control access by configuring license activations, automatic repository access management, version, and time constraint, and expiration consequences.
Each of your products will have a beautiful, unique repository URL that is easy to remember.
You can connect multiple GitHub repositories to a single product and distribute your product using multiple packages.
You can choose to allow customers to have access to your private GitHub repository. Access is automatically granted and revoked based on their license policy.
Keep track of your product usage across all your customers. See exactly which files have been accessed by your customers.
1. Build and publish your release on GitHub
2. Anystack will automatically import and process your release assets
3. Release assets are securely distributed to license holders
4. Users can download and install new releases straight from their terminal
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I've been a user with Anystack since its beta, and this service is absolutely killer.
With Anystack, I've been able to *entirely* focus on the creation of my product, instead of worrying about the complexities of billing systems, releases, updates (via Electron), and more.
Without using Anystack, I would have *never* been able to launch my product at all. It's allowed me to generate a whole new revenue stream that I never thought I'd be able to maintain on my own.
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