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Generate Python executable files via PEX using info from Pipfile

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# pipenv-pex Quickly create [PEX]( files out of your Pipenv projects using this one simple command!

PEX files are an expansion upon [zipapp]( You can bundle your application’s modules along with their dependencies into one file, executable using a Python interpreter.

## Installation Using the lovely [pipx](

pipx install pipenv-pex

## Usage ` shell cd project-with-pipfile pipenv-pex --entry-point "epic_project:main" python ./project-with-pipfile.pex ` - –entry-point argument should have the form “pkg.mod:fn”, where “pkg.mod” is a package/module in the archive, and “fn” is a callable in the given module. (taken from[here]( - All parameters except –exclude are passed directly to PEX, –entry-point being one of them.

## Why not use pex directly? Since pipenx-pex piggybacks on the informaton in your Pipfile, some automations become possible: - Dependencies are fetched from your Pipfile, so you don’t have to update your Makefile each time you change a dependency in your Pipfile - _(unrelated to pipenv actually)_ Irrelevant noise files are ignored when bundling the modules (such as .mypy_cache, __pycache__ etc.), saving a few precious MBs :) additional files and directories can be added to this list via the –exclude parameter.

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