Sample public project setup
Sample public project setup.
Add the package to your dependencies. If you’re working on a project managed by poetry, use the following:
$ poetry add public-test
If you’re working on a project managed by pipenv, use the following:
$ pipenv install public-test
After that, you should be able to import the library in your Python code:
from public_test import answer print(answer)
This library itself is managed by poetry. Read the docs for basic usage. You can run tests like this:
$ poetry run pytest
To release a new version of the library, follow these steps:
- Be sure to be on the master Git branch.
- Decide whether your changes are breaking, improvement, or a bug fix. Use the poetry’s version command to raise the version number.
- Read the new number from the poetry’s output and commit the change with git commit -am "release vX.Y.Z".
- Tag the commit with git tag vX.Y.Z
- Release a new version by pushing it all to GitHub: git push origin master --tags
The CI automatically builds the package and publishes it to the PyPI. New releases get listed at tags. If you like your colleagues, for each release click on Edit tag and write a title and description (changelog).
For the CI to be able to publish new releases to PyPI, a PYPI_TOKEN environment variable first needs to be set in the CircleCI project settings:
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