Publish python package to PyPI and Github
publish is a tool to package and release a python project. It will create a changelog and upload artifacts to Github and PyPI.
It is created for and by the FIAAS project, and used for most of our projects.
In order to use publish, you must first install it:
pip install publish
export GITHUB_TOKEN=gh-token export TWINE_USERNAME=pypi-user export TWINE_PASSWORD=pypi-pass
In order to know where to upload the artifacts, you must specify an organization, and a repository:
publish fiaas k8s
Before uploading anything, publish will verify that the current checkout is suitable to be released, and checks the following items:
- Are all files either ignored or in version control?
- Is every change committed?
- Is the currently checked out code tagged with an annotated tag?
- Does that tag use the convention v<major>.<minor>.<bugfix>?
If the answer to all of these is yes, the name of the tag is used as the version to release. A changelog is generated from the git log, source tarballs and wheels are built, the release is created in Github and PyPI, and the files are uploaded.
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