conda list#

List installed packages in a conda environment.

usage: conda list [-h] [-n ENVIRONMENT | -p PATH] [--json] [-v] [-q]
                  [--show-channel-urls] [--reverse] [-c] [-f] [--explicit]
                  [--md5] [-e] [-r] [--no-pip]

Positional Arguments#


List only packages matching this regular expression.

Named Arguments#


Show channel urls. Overrides the value given by conda config --show show_channel_urls.


List installed packages in reverse order.

-c, --canonical

Output canonical names of packages only.

-f, --full-name

Only search for full names, i.e., ^<regex>$. --full-name NAME is identical to regex '^NAME$'.


List explicitly all installed conda packages with URL (output may be used by conda create --file).


Add MD5 hashsum when using --explicit.

-e, --export

Output explicit, machine-readable requirement strings instead of human-readable lists of packages. This output may be used by conda create --file.

-r, --revisions

List the revision history.


Do not include pip-only installed packages.

Target Environment Specification#

-n, --name

Name of environment.

-p, --prefix

Full path to environment location (i.e. prefix).

Output, Prompt, and Flow Control Options#


Report all output as json. Suitable for using conda programmatically.

-v, --verbose

Can be used multiple times. Once for detailed output, twice for INFO logging, thrice for DEBUG logging, four times for TRACE logging.

-q, --quiet

Do not display progress bar.


List all packages in the current environment:

conda list

List all packages in reverse order:

conda list --reverse

List all packages installed into the environment 'myenv':

conda list -n myenv

List all packages that begin with the letters "py", using regex:

conda list ^py

Save packages for future use:

conda list --export > package-list.txt

Reinstall packages from an export file:

conda create -n myenv --file package-list.txt