The Package Interface

The home screen

When you first log into Packagr, you’ll be taken to the Package list

The package list

Package list

From the package list, you can click on the launch icon to be taken to the Package detail view. Alternatively, you can click on the Creat new package tab at the top of this view to see your unique Hash ID and Repository URL:

Create a new package

Package detail view

All availabe details about a specific package and its versions are available in this area. When you first enter into package detail view, you’ll first be taken to the version list

The version list

The version list shows the available versions of your package, their numbers, formats and file sizes

Package version list

From the version list, you can download or delete versions, or click on the info icon to see the Package metadata, including the Readme, if available:

Package version info

Access tokens

The access tokens area allows you to manage access to your package by creating access tokens. For more information on controlling access to your packages, see here

You can also make your package public or private by checking or unchecking the Public checkbox. Clicking the Public checkbox will disable editing of access tokens.

Access tokens


The installation tab simply displays a simple pip commmand for installing your package. If your package is private, you’ll be prompted to enter your credentials when you enter this command, before your package can be installed

Package installation command

The Users list

The users list is only avaiable to admin users of paid accounts. You will not be able to create new users if you have a free account.

Packagr user list

You can learn more about user management here.

The Account page

The accounts page is available to all admin users (paid accounts or otherwise). From the account page, you can manage and upgrade your paid subscription, and check your storage usage.

Packagr account page

There is more information on how to manage your account here