Python project bootstraps for mr.bob: usual Python distro, buildout, and mr.bob template
About the templates
bobtempaltes.gillux offers the following templates :
A simple minimal zc.buildout based project bootstrap
Make your own bobtemplate.yourname bootstrap in a some seconds (or more).
A regular Python package bootstrap with or without namespace, any level with lots of goodies.
mrbob [options] bobtemplates.gillux:buildout
This provides a minimal zc.buildout based project, with a bootstrap.py file and a buildout.cfg file. Takes care of differences between versions 1.x and 2.x of zc.buildout.
mrbob [options] bobtemplates.gillux:mybobtemplate
Make your own bobtemplate.yourname package in a few minutes (or more). Means that you can have the skeleton of a package like bobtemplates.gillux in some seconds.
You just need to add the content of your template as described in the mr.bob user documentation
mrbob [options] bobtemplates.gillux:nspackage
A regular Python package bootstrap with following features:
Any namespaces level you want, even none at all. This is detected with the name you provide in the wizard.
Code targeted to Python 2.4 to 2.7 and 3.x
Two optional features:
A Sphinx documentation skeleton. Build the HTML doc with python setup.py build_sphinx. The doctest files may optionally be automatically included in the doc.
Package files outline (may change depending on options:
src/<your>/<package>/ # Your package source skeleton docs/ # Sphinx source tree skeleton tests/ # Test module skeleton with nose goodies setup.py # Usual setup script setup.cfg README.rst MANIFEST.in
Then grep - and optionally fix - the FIXME: that occur in the resulting files tree for optional stuffs I couldn’t fix easily with the regular mr.bob features.
Read the generated README.rst in your newly created package for more information about what you got.
Provide a six support option
Tests inside the source tree (in src/<your>/<package>/tests) OR in the package root. Sometimes we prefer to ship source distros with the tests, and sometimes (i.e big amount of test data) we prefer to keep a source dist small.
nspackage: Distro name and package (Python) name can be distinct. [glenfant]
nspackage: Use of nosetests + coverage is optional [glenfant]
nspackage: Sphinx doc skeleton is optional [glenfant]
Added the “mybobtemplate” template for new bobtemplates.xxx packages skeletons. [glenfant]
Added .xxignore files for git, bazaar and mercurial to the “buildout” template. [glenfant]
setuptools/distribute don’t let us distribute empty directories. So we need to put a marker file in some directories then remove them. [glenfant]
Python 3 support (alpha). Please feeback [glenfant]
Added the “buildout” template, a minimal zc.buildout project bootstrap [glenfant]
Added .xxignore files for git, bazaar and mercurial [glenfant]
Gone through the weirdness of include_package_data, package_data and MANIFEST.in This setuptools / distribute feature really sucks [glenfant]
Improved README about namespaces support. [glenfant]
Renamed mrbobtemplates.gillux -> bobtemplates.gillux as in standard policy http://mrbob.readthedocs.org/en/latest/userguide.html#collection-of-community-managed-templates [glenfant]
First public version [glenfant]
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