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Generates boilerplate for open source python projects.

Project Description

Boilerplate for starting an open source python project.

Read the documentation at Read the Docs!

Setting Up the Development Environment

The development environment is based on a Centos 7 environment managed by Vagrant.

Pre-Requisites

Once Vagrant and the ChefDK are installed, you must install the vagrant-berkshelf plugin for Vagrant which allows the use of Berkshelf to manage cookbooks for provisioning the virtual machine, and the vagrant-omnibus plugin which installs chef on the vm allowing it to be provisioned.

vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf
vagrant plugin install vagrant-omnibus

Create the Development Environment

The creation of the development environment is automated by Vagrant. Simply run the following:

vagrant up

from the root directory of this project.

Once the virtual machine is provisioned, login to the vm:

vagrant ssh

Create and activate a virtualenv:

mkvirtualenv pyoss-boilerplate

Install the dependencies:

pip install -r /vagrant/requirements.txt
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