Pip 19.2 is now available!

Hello everyone!

On behalf of the PyPA, I am pleased to announce that pip 19.2 has just
been released.

The highlights of this release are:

  • Python 3.4 support has been dropped
  • Support for “yanked” files on package indexes (PEP 592)
  • keyring can now be used for managing credentials
  • A new pip debug command, to provide information for debugging installation issues
  • Many bug fixes and lots of minor improvements

We’ve also documented how Python 2 support in pip, would be maintained
going forward. 1

To install pip 19.2, you can use get-pip (as described in 2) or run:

python -m pip install --upgrade pip

Note that if you are using a version of pip supplied by your distribution
vendor, vendor-supplied upgrades will be available in due course.

The pip development team is extremely grateful to everyone in the community
for their contributions. Thanks to everyone who put so much effort into the
new release. Many of the contributions came from community members, whether
in the form of code, participation in design discussions and/or bug reports.