pip(1) - install Python packages
    Show the help text.
    Create "bundles" which can be used by pip to install the group of Python packages in multiple places.
    Write the current list of installed packages to a requirements file, which can be used by pip to
    reinstall the same set of packages.
    Install packages.
    Search PyPI.
    Uninstall an individual package.
    Unzip an individual package.
    Zip an individual package.
-h, --help
    Show summary of options.
    Show the version of the program.
-v, --verbose
    Be more verbose.
-q, --quiet
    Be less verbose; suppress unimportant output.
-E, --environment=DIR
    When using pip with a virtual environment created by virtualenv, use this option to specify either
    the path to the environment or the path to its Python interpreter.
    Log file where a complete (maximum verbosity) record will be kept.
    Have pip use a proxy server to access sites. This can be specified using
    "user:password@proxy.server:port" notation. If the password is left out, pip will ask for it.
-s, --enable-site-packages
    Include site-packages in virtualenv if one is to be created. Ignored if --environment is not used or
    the virtualenv already exists.
    Set the timeout for connecting to download sites, in seconds. This defaults to 15 seconds if not