A module wrapper for os.path
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path.py implements a path objects as first-class entities, allowing common operations on files to be invoked on those path objects directly. For example:
from path import Path d = Path('/home/guido/bin') for f in d.files('*.py'): f.chmod(0755)
path.py is hosted at Github.
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Path.py may be installed using setuptools, distribute, or pip:
pip install path.py
The latest release is always updated to the Python Package Index.
You may also always download the source distribution (zip/tarball), extract it, and run python setup.py to install it.
To install an in-development version, use the Github links to clone or download a snapshot of the latest code. Alternatively, if you have git installed, you may be able to use pip or easy_install to install directly from the repository:
pip install git+https://github.com/jaraco/path.py.git
To run the tests, refer to the .travis.yml file for the steps run on the Travis-CI hosts.
Tagged releases are automatically published to PyPI by Travis-CI, assuming the Python 3 build passes.
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