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Python client for Beneath (

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Beneath Python Client Library

This repository contains the source code for the Beneath Python library. Learn more about it with these resources:

Providing feedback

Beneath is just entering public beta, so there's bound to be some rough edges. Bugs, feature requests, suggestions – we'd love to hear about them. To file an issue, click here.

Developing the library

  • Make sure Python 3 is installed and available as python3

  • Initialize and source the Python virtual environment with:

    python3 -m venv .env source .env/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt

  • Run tests with pytest (though it's sparse on tests at moment)

  • Run deactivate to exit the virtual environment and source .env/bin/activate to re-activate it

  • For use in VS Code, open beneath-python as a workspace root folder. Press CMD+Shift+P, search for Python: Select Interpreter, and select the Python 3 executable in the .env virtual environment.

Publishing to PyPI

  • Increment the version number in beneath/
  • Run ./
  • Make sure to appropriately update configuration of recommended and deprecated versions in beneath-core/beneath-go/gateway/grpc_server.go

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