Download appveyor build artefacts to project dist
# Appveyor To Dist Downloader
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appveyor-dist is a script that pulls a project’s artifacts to your local machine, normally into your dist directory.
[Appveyor](https://www.appveyor.com/) is a continuous integration service that allows Open Source projects to build releases on their system, but to push the resulting packages onto PyPI requires a lot of configuration. This script lets you keep control of pushing to PyPI while automatically pulling the files off Appveyor.
Previously I was using [appveyor-artifacts](https://github.com/Robpol86/appveyor-artifacts) for this, but its focus is pretty much on downloading coverage files and trying to merge them, while I really just want to use the artifacts as-is for redistribution. I didn’t wind up basing the code off their code, as it was rather over-kill for me.
### Why the weird spelling of artefact?
That’s apparently how Americans spell it, and I figure we’ll follow Appveyor’s API in the spelling even if it looks weird to Canadians and Brits.
` pip install appveyordist `
` $ cd pyopengl $ appveyor-dist --user MikeCFletcher --project pyopengl --dist ./dist $ twine upload dist/PyOpenGL_accelerate-3.1.3-*.whl ` You can pass the -f flag to force overwriting files in dist, by default only new files will be downloaded.
Note that we do not expect you to process the results or read them. We will simply crash if there’s a failure, but we will log warnings if a job in the build/release has crashed/failed.
Requires Python 3 and requests module, tests require tox and pytest.
appveyordist is copyright 2019 Mike C. Fletcher.
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