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"""Primary application entrypoint.
import locale
import logging
import os
import sys

from pip._internal.cli.autocompletion import autocomplete
from pip._internal.cli.main_parser import parse_command
from pip._internal.commands import create_command
from pip._internal.exceptions import PipError
from pip._internal.utils import deprecation
from pip._internal.utils.typing import MYPY_CHECK_RUNNING

    from typing import List, Optional

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Do not import and use main() directly! Using it directly is actively
# discouraged by pip's maintainers. The name, location and behavior of
# this function is subject to change, so calling it directly is not
# portable across different pip versions.

# In addition, running pip in-process is unsupported and unsafe. This is
# elaborated in detail at
# That document also provides suggestions that should work for nearly
# all users that are considering importing and using main() directly.

# However, we know that certain users will still want to invoke pip
# in-process. If you understand and accept the implications of using pip
# in an unsupported manner, the best approach is to use runpy to avoid
# depending on the exact location of this entry point.

# The following example shows how to use runpy to invoke pip in that
# case:
#     sys.argv = ["pip", your, args, here]
#     runpy.run_module("pip", run_name="__main__")
# Note that this will exit the process after running, unlike a direct
# call to main. As it is not safe to do any processing after calling
# main, this should not be an issue in practice.

def main(args=None):
    # type: (Optional[List[str]]) -> int
    if args is None:
        args = sys.argv[1:]

    # Configure our deprecation warnings to be sent through loggers


        cmd_name, cmd_args = parse_command(args)
    except PipError as exc:
        sys.stderr.write(f"ERROR: {exc}")

    # Needed for locale.getpreferredencoding(False) to work
    # in pip._internal.utils.encoding.auto_decode
        locale.setlocale(locale.LC_ALL, '')
    except locale.Error as e:
        # setlocale can apparently crash if locale are uninitialized
        logger.debug("Ignoring error %s when setting locale", e)
    command = create_command(cmd_name, isolated=("--isolated" in cmd_args))

    return command.main(cmd_args)