Easily create a flask, nginx, uwsgi and bootstrap project ready for deployment

## Project description

This is a structure template for Python command line applications, ready to be released and distributed via setuptools/PyPI/pip for Python 2 and 3.

Please have a look at the corresponding article: http://gehrcke.de/2014/02/distributing-a-python-command-line-application/

## Usage

Clone this repository and adopt the bootstrap structure for your own project. This is just a starting point, but I hope a good one. From there on, you should read and follow http://python-packaging-user-guide.readthedocs.org/en/latest/, the definite resource on Python packaging.

## Behavior

### Flexible invocation

The application can be run right from the source directory, in two different ways:

1. Treating the bootstrap directory as a package and as the main script:

$python -m bootstrap arg1 arg2 Executing bootstrap version 0.2.0. List of argument strings: ['arg1', 'arg2'] Stuff and Boo(): <class 'bootstrap.stuff.Stuff'> <bootstrap.bootstrap.Boo object at 0x7f43d9f65a90> 2. Using the bootstrap-runner.py wrapper: $ ./bootstrap-runner.py arg1 arg2
Executing bootstrap version 0.2.0.
List of argument strings: ['arg1', 'arg2']
Stuff and Boo():
<class 'bootstrap.stuff.Stuff'>
<bootstrap.bootstrap.Boo object at 0x7f149554ead0>

### Installation sets up bootstrap command

Situation before installation:

$bootstrap bash: bootstrap: command not found Installation right from the source tree (or via pip from PyPI): $ python setup.py install

Now, the bootstrap command is available:

\$ bootstrap arg1 arg2
Executing bootstrap version 0.2.0.
List of argument strings: ['arg1', 'arg2']
Stuff and Boo():
<class 'bootstrap.stuff.Stuff'>
<bootstrap.bootstrap.Boo object at 0x7f366749a190>

On Unix-like systems, the installation places a bootstrap script into a centralized bin directory, which should be in your PATH. On Windows, bootstrap.exe is placed into a centralized Scripts directory which should also be in your PATH.

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