Why Doesn’t Pip Freeze List All Installed Packages for the Leap IDE Workspace?

If you are familiar with pip, you may have tried the pip freeze command in the Leap IDE and noticed that it doesn't print out a list of all installed packages, including some Ocean packages. Leap IDE has configured pip for user scope and, thus, pip freeze prints a list of user packages; however, some Leap IDE workspace packages are preinstalled as system packages.

To list all installed packages, including the system ones, use the --isolated option with the pip freeze or pip list command as follows:

pip freeze --isolated
pip list --isolated
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