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Piptegrator - Tools for managing requirements-driven projects

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Tools for managing requirements-driven projects

Run piptegrator --help for usage details

Configuration file which contains requirements files (must be in the repo root if present at all): .piptegrator_config

Note: command line options always override corresponding config file options (they do not append to or aggregate with each other).

Updating this package

Clone this repo

On a branch, make the required edits

Ensure you update the version number in piptegrator/ (pre-release? use rc notation, e.g., 1.2.3rc45)

Build and install the distributable wheel

rm -rf dist build *.egg-info && \
python bdist_wheel && \
ls -al dist && \
pip uninstall -y piptegrator && \
pip install dist/*.whl

Test the tools

The main tool is piptegrator

Given the configuration file .piptegrator_config (sample present in this repo)


piptegrator --compile --noenvmods --upgrade --help

The --commit is used to create and manage upgrade branches based on the changed requirements.txt files. This option requires a gitlab token gitlab_infra_access_token and optionally the pyup API key pyup_api_key in your test environment.

Test the uploaded artifacts

pip uninstall -y piptegrator
pip install piptegrator

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