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Make your python scripts globally accessible!

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# GlobalPy
The package **pyglobal** allows you to execute your python scripts globally

## Available on pypi
`pip install globalpy`

## How to use?

```
globalpy --help
usage: globalize [-h] [--setup] [--target TARGET [TARGET ...]]
[--pyversion PYVERSION] [--alias ALIAS [ALIAS ...]]

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--setup, -s run only once after installing module
--target TARGET [TARGET ...], -t TARGET [TARGET ...]
target file that should become a global command
(multiple targets possible)
--pyversion PYVERSION, -p PYVERSION
choose the python version to execute in
--alias ALIAS [ALIAS ...], -a ALIAS [ALIAS ...]
alias for the program
```

## Demo

`globalpy -t test.py - a myalias`


![alt img <>](demo/alias.png)

When no alias is specified, the filename will be used as an alias:

`globalpy -t test.py`


![alt img <>](demo/default.png)

## License

License can be found [here](https://github.com/frankzl/globalpy/blob/master/LICENSE)


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