Energy Dashboard Library
Energy Dashboard Library (EDL)
Common utility functions are used by:
This is probably only interesting to project maintainers. Tool users will want to look at energy-dashboard-cli.
# only required the first time around, creates a conda environment named 'eap-dev' make setup # activate the created conda environment conda activate eap-dev # build make build
- Ensure that you have a valid account and that your account has permissions to push to this project.
- Ensure that your
~/.pypircfile is up to date. Note that I'm using auth tokens below:
[distutils] index-servers= pypi testpypi [testpypi] repository: https://test.pypi.org/legacy/ username: __token__ password: pypi-...elided... [pypi] username: __token__ password: pypi-...elided...
- Publish to test first
# publish make test-publish
- If that worked, then publish to prod
# publish make prod-publish
Todd Greenwood-Geer (Enviro Software Solutions, LLC)
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