Get chromedriver-py version most suitable for your system.
For instance, you could use it when running tests locally to match
Chromium browser version with most suitable version
See the documentation for more information on what is provided.
Documentation is available on Read the Docs.
Python 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10 and 3.11.
Also works with Python 3.6, although no longer tested against.
Install latest stable version from PyPI:
pip install get-chromedriver-py
Or latest stable version from GitHub:
pip install https://github.com/barseghyanartur/get-chromedriver-py/archive/main.tar.gz
Or run it in a very verbose mode:
Project is covered with tests.
To test with all supported Python versions type:
To test against specific environment, type:
tox -e py39
To test just your working environment type:
To run a single test in your working environment type:
To run a single test class in a given test module in your working environment type:
It’s assumed that you have chromium browser installed. If not, install it first.
Keep the following hierarchy.
===== title ===== header ====== sub-header ---------- sub-sub-header ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ sub-sub-sub-header ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ sub-sub-sub-sub-header ++++++++++++++++++++++ sub-sub-sub-sub-sub-header **************************
For any security issues contact me at the e-mail given in the Author section. For overall issues, go to GitHub.