Builds Mac OS X installer packages from distutils
bdist_mpkg is a distutils plugin that implements the bdist_mpkg command. The command builds a Mac OS X metapackage for use by Installer.app for easy GUI installation of Python modules, much like bdist_wininst.
It also comes with a bdist_mpkg script, which is a setup.py front-end that will allow you to easy build an installer metapackage from nearly any existing package that uses distutils.
The code started life at:
Bob Ippolito wrote most of the code.
The current repository is on Github.
MIT license. See the LICENSE file in the source archive.
The code should be compatible with Pythons 2.5 through 3.3.
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