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A python module containing all the basic functions and classes for python but doesn't stop at that, goes beyond advanced. From simple addition to advanced file encryption.

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py_everything

A python module containing all the functions and classes from basic to advanced for Python. From simple calculations to advanced file encryption. Everything is included in this one package.

It allows you to use all of its functions and classes without having to write huge complex code. It is a very simple and easy to use library.

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Installation

py_everything is available on PyPi, and you can install it as follows:

$ python -m pip install py-everything

Features

  • You can make use of the huge number of functions and classes available to you.
  • Has an in-built CLI tool that generates a python package project structure for you. - setupPyGen
  • setupPyGen now comes with support for find_packages()
  • Now come with a second CLI tool - gitIt for generating GitHub friendly project structures
  • Good and Consistent Naming Convention. - Camel Case
  • Simple and easy to use.
  • You don't have to write all of that code yourself, just call the pre-made functions.
  • Now comes with usefull classes.

setupPyGen

Detailed documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs

Basic Usage:

$ ls
package/ new/ old/
$ cd package/
$ ls -a
. ..
$ setupPyGen -g True -t True --gitignore True
<--Follow the prompts(packages entered - new, old)-->
$ ls -A
.gitignore LICENSE README.md setup.py .git/ new/ old/ tests/
$ cat setup.py
from setuptools import setup

readme_file = open("README.md", "r").read()


setup(
    name="package-name",
    version="1.0.0",
    description="Given Project Description",
    long_description=readme_file,
    long_description_content_type="text/markdown",
    author="Author Name",
    author_email="name@example.com",
    packages=[new, old],
    install_requires=[],
    license="MIT License",
    url="https://github.com/play4Tutorials/py_everything/",
    python_requires='>=3.5'
)

NOTE: Currently setupPyGen doesn't support classifiers. But support will be added soon. find_packages() support has been added.

gitIt

Detailed documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs

Basic Usage:

$ ls
project1/ project2/
$ cd project1/
$ ls -a
. ..
$ gitIt -gh -s -i -c --greet
<--Follow the prompts(packages entered - new, old)-->
$ ls -A
.github/ .gitignore LICENSE README.md .git/ 
$ cd .github/
$ ls -A
SECURITY.md workflows/ ISSUE_TEMPLATE/
$ cd workflows/
$ ls -A
greet.yml
$ cd ..
$ cd ISSUE_TEMPLATE/
$ ls
bug-report.md feature-or-enhancement-request.md
$ cd ../..
$ echo "Note that all of these files also have data in it they are not empty!"
Note that all of these files also have data in it they are not empty!

Documentation and Usage

The documentation can be found on ReadTheDocs

The basic usage for this library is given below:

>>> import py_everything
>>> from py_everything import search
>>> search.search_files('python', 'C:\Programming\\')
C:\Programming\python.txt
C:\Programming\python_project.py
C:\Programming\python_py_everything.docx
>>> my_list = [2, 4, 5, 3, 7, 5, 6, 3 , 12 , 9, 6]
>>> py_everything.maths.avg(my_list)
5.636363636363637

Contributing

For details, on how to contribute, please read CONTRIBUTING.md

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