Use a GUI to select PyPI-classifiers and include them in asetup.py
A small GTK program that loads a list of classifiers from PyPI, displays them in a list with checkboxes. The user can then check any number of checkboxes and the program will generate code suitable to copy & paste into a setup.py script.
pypi-classifiers has three dependencies: GTK, Glib and requests. Most Linux desktop-oriented Linux distros ship these as packages, which are often installed by default. Beyond this, the script is self-contained; instead of installing into a virtualenv, it maybe possible to just copy pypi-classifiers somewhere and run it:
Installation from PyPI works as well (and will install the potentially missing requests dependency), although Gtk should be installed using your distributions package manager (remember to toggleglobalsitepackages).
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