scaffolding/bootstrap generation tool
Projecture is a project scaffolding(or a minimal bootstrap) generation tool for various projects (see list of supported project types below). Correctly structuring your project (i.e. some defined standard way or a way which is widely acceptable to the related community) makes things easy for you, for contributors and for your users.
List of supported project types:
pip install projecture
projecture installation creates a projecture_create executable in your path. Create a new project from command line as:
projecture_create pyproject -t python -n "your name" -e "your email" -a "project generated from projecture"
or from python:
import projecture projecture.create_project('pyproject', project_type='python', author_name='your name', author_email='your_email', about='project generated from projecture', force=True)
This will create pyproject dir in your current working dir.
Python project generates following structure:
pyproject/ # your project root (project_dir) ├── LICENSE # default license file with MIT license ├── MANIFEST.in # file to include non-package data ├── pyproject # your actual python package; will be referred as package_dir further │ ├── cmdline.py # command line interface script for the package │ ├── __init__.py │ ├── pyproject.py # package's main file │ └── tests # dir containing package tests │ ├── __init__.py │ ├── test_pyproject.py # ├── README.md # README file (markdown format) ├── README.rst # restructured format README for tools like Sphinx ├── requirements.txt # file to contain dependencies ├── setup.py # setup tools script to package/install project