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Simple python project creation tool - inspired by Leiningen.

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# Deleuze

A simple system for generating new python projects according to a resonable default skeleton. Example:

$ deleuze new supertool

This will generate the following project directory structure:

` supertool |-- bin |    +-- supertool.py |-- reqs |    +-- common.txt |    +-- dev.txt |    +-- production.txt |    +-- test.txt |-- supertool |    +-- __init__.py |-- tests |    +-- __init__.py |    +-- base.py |    +-- factories.py |    +-- test_supertool.py +-- README.md +-- requirements.txt +-- setup.py `

This provides, what is solely in my opinion, a decent initial project structure. The requirements files are preconfigured, reasonable testing defaults are added, and a failing unit-test is included in supertool/tests/test_supertool.py to remind you to start by writing some passing tests.

Next I usually spin up a new virtualenv environment for this project, install the requirements, and get to work on something more interesting.

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