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Grandma Somsri and Grandpa Prayud

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# How to upload your package to PyPI

If you haven’t published things on PyPI before, you’ll need to create an account at [PyPI](https://pypi.org/).

We need you to create an account at [TestPyPI](https://test.pypi.org/) to test before you publish your package to PyPI. (You should set username and passwords PyPI same as TestPyPI)

# Picking A Name
Python module/package names should generally follow the following constraints:

* All lowercase
* Unique on PyPI
* Underscore-separated or no word separators at all

# Creating The Scaffolding

Directory structure for <code>grandmasomsri</code> should look like this:
```
somsri/
setup.py
REAME.md
MANIFEST.in
bin/
grandpaprayud-status
grandmasomsri-status
graph-power
src/
grandmasomsri/
__init__.py
grandmaSomsri.py
grandpaPrayud.py
graph/
power.py
```
The subdirectory <code>grandmasomsri</code> is actually our Python module

<code>setup.py</code> contains:
```Python
from setuptools import setup

def readme():
with open('README.md') as f:
return f.read()

setup(name='grandmasomsri',
version='0.3',
description='Grandma Somsri and Grandpa Prayud',
long_description=readme(),
url='https://github.com/SOMSRICAT/grandmasomsri',
author='SomsriCat',
author_email='s.wuttiprasit@gmail.com',
license='Somsri',
install_requires=[
'matplotlib',
'numpy',
],
scripts=['bin/grandmasomsri-status',
'bin/grandpaprayud-status',
'bin/graph-power'],
keywords='grandmasomsri grandpaprayud somsri prayud',
packages=['grandmasomsri'],
package_dir={'grandmasomsri': 'src/grandmasomsri'},
package_data={'grandmasomsri': ['graph/*.py']
},
)
```

* If your package required any package you needso add <code>install_requires</code> keyword argument to <code>setup.py</code>
* Many Python packages include command line tools. This is useful for distributing support tools which are associated with a library
for <code>grandmasomsri</code>, we will add a <code>grandmasomsri-status</code>, <code>grandpaprayud-status</code>, <code>graph-power</code>, command line tool by adding <code>scripts</code> keyword argument
* You’ll probably want a README file in your source distribution, and that file can serve double purpose as the <code>long_description</code> specified to PyPI. Further, if that file is written in reStructuredText, it can be formatted nicely
* Package data can be added to packages using the <code>package_data</code> keyword argument to the setup() function
* Use <code>package_dir</code> key argument to path your package location
* Changed in version 3.1: All the files that match <code>package_data</code> will be added to the MANIFEST file if no template is provided.


see more setup.py in the [PyPA sample project](https://github.com/pypa/sampleproject)

# Package
<code>grandmaSomsri.py</code> contains:
```Python
def somsri():
print ("---------------------------------------------")
print ("| / |")
print ("| ,.. / |")
print ("| ,' '; |")
print ("| ,,.__ _,' /'; . |")
print ("| :',' ~~~~ '. '~ |")
print ("| :' ( ) )::, |")
print ("| '. '. .=----=..-~ .;' |")
print ("| ' ;' :: ':. '' |")
print ("| (: ': ;) |")
print ("| \\\ ' //' |")
print ("| '' '' |")
print ("---------------------------------------------")
print ("| Name: Grandma Somsri(ยายสมศรี) |")
print ("| Ability: Very good eyesight (DEX +99) |")
print ("| Weapon: Kar98k |")
print ("| Hobby: Camping in the forest |")
print ("---------------------------------------------")
```
<code>grandpaPrayud.py</code> contains:
```Python
def prayud():
print ("---------------------------------------------")
print ("| (( ####@@!!$$ )) |")
print ("| `#####@@!$$` )) |")
print ("| (( '####@!!$: |")
print ("| (( ,####@!!$: )) |")
print ("| .###@!!$: |")
print ("| `##@@!$: |")
print ("| `#@!!$ |")
print ("| !@# `#@!$: @#$ |")
print ("| #$ `#@!$: !@! |")
print ("| '@!$: |")
print ("| '`\ !$: /`' |")
print ("| '\ '!: /' |")
print ("| '\ : /' |")
print ("---------------------------------------------")
print ("| Name: Grandpa Prayud(ตาประหยัด) |")
print ("| Ability: Can get angry anytime |")
print ("| he want (str +99) |")
print ("| Weapon: Table |")
print ("| Hobby: Do an exercise |")
print ("---------------------------------------------")
```
```Python
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
import random

def powerGraph():
y = np.arange(0,100)
prayud = []
somsri = []
for i in y:
tmp = i * 0.8
if tmp % 3 == 0:
tmp *= 1.2
if tmp % 4 == 0:
tmp *= 2
prayud.append(tmp)

tmp = i * 0.6
if tmp % 4 == 0:
tmp *= 1.1
if tmp % 7 == 0:
tmp *= 0.5
if tmp % 6 == 0:
tmp *= 2.5
somsri.append(tmp)


plt.plot(y,somsri,'-', label='Grandma Somsri')
plt.plot(y,prayud, '-', label='Grandpa Prayud')
plt.title("Power Graph")
plt.xlabel('100 %')
plt.ylabel('Power')

plt.legend()

plt.show()

powerGraph()
```
# Script
The <code>grandmasomsri-status</code> script in bin looks like this:
```Python
#!/usr/bin/env python

from grandmasomsri.grandmaSomsri import somsri

print (somsri())

```
The <code>grandpaprayud-status</code> script in bin looks like this:
```Python
#!/usr/bin/env python

from grandmasomsri.grandpaPrayud import prayud

print (prayud())

```
The <code>graph-power</code> script in bin looks like this:
```Python
#!/usr/bin/env python

from grandmasomsri.graph import power

print (powerGraph())
```
<code>MANIFEST.in</code> contains:
```
include README.md
```

Now we can install the package locally (for use on our system or test before publish) with:
```
$ pip install .
```

# Publishing on TestPyPI and PyPI

First create a source distribution with:
```
$ python setup.py sdist
```
or
```
$ python3 setup.py sdist bdist_wheel
```
This will create <code>dist/grandmasomsri-0.1.tar.gz</code> inside our top-level directory.

You can use <code>twine</code> to upload the distribution packages. You’ll need to install <code>twine</code> by this command:
```
$ pip install twine --upgrade
```
or
```
$ python3 -m pip install --user --upgrade twine
```

### TestPyPI
You should upload your package to TestPyPI before PyPI

Run Twine to upload all of the archives under dist:
```
$ twine upload --repository-url https://test.pypi.org/legacy/ dist/*
```
You will be prompted for the username and password you registered with TestPyPI.
After the command completes you can check your package at [TestPyPI](https://test.pypi.org/manage/projects/)

### PyPI
Now you ready to upload your package to PyPI
by following this command:
```
$ twine upload --repository-url https://upload.pypi.org/legacy/ dist/*
```
You will be prompted for the username and password you registered with PyPI.
After the command completes you can check your package at [PyPI](https://pypi.org/manage/projects/)

# Installing the Package

At this point, other consumers of this package can install the package with <code>pip</code>:
```
$ pip install grandmasomsri
```


Its will be automatically installed to your Python package folder
and <code>setuptools</code> will copy the script to your PATH and make it available for general use

You can run package in command line by following this command:
```
$ grandmasomsri-status
```
```
$ grandpaprayud-status
```
```
$ graph-power
```

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