Simple, easy-to-setup private Python packages repository
OwnRepo is a Python packages repository, built with Python 3 and Flask, which features multiple repository in a single running instance, support for public and private repositories, users and a powerful ACL system in order to limit access for some of your users.
It’s really easy to set up a working OwnRepo instance:
$ pip install ownrepo $ ownrepo init --sample storage_directory $ cd storage_directory $ ownrepo run
These commands will fetch and install OwnRepo from PyPI, create a new storage directory located at storage_directory/, and from within of it run OwnRepo.
The --sample flag will initialize the storage directory with some sample data: two repositories, one with public access (called public) and another with restricted access (called private). It will also create an user called admin (with password admin), who will have full read and write access on both repositories.
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