pybuilder project initialization
What it does
When using the pybuilder, every project needs to be initialized. After checking out the project, you need to
- Create a virtual environment.
- Activate the virtual environment.
- Install the pybuilder in the virtual environment.
- Install the project dependencies in the virtual environment.
- Run pyb to build and test your project.
This program is an attempt at making these routine operations dead simple and time-efficient. Note that virtual environments are always created with the –clear flag, meaning you can run pyb-init to reset your virtual environment, for example after changing a dependency.
sudo pip install pyb_init
Checkout from GitHub
pyb-init github user : project
pyb-init git GIT_URL
Initialization from local project
When in the project root, run
Customization of the generated environment
You can override the default name of the virtualenv with
Also, you can include your systems’s site-packages in the virtualenv (for OS-packaged bindings like YUM, etc..) with the flag
pyb_init is licensed under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want To public license.
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