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A test project for deploying to PyPI from Travis

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A test project for deploying to PyPI from Travis

Deployment Strategy

  • Any user can create a new branch and commits that puts the package into a deployable state. (Updating changelog, putting release date, etc) The branch must be named release-x.x.x to trigger integration tests
  • User creates a Pull Request to the repo as normal.
  • Travis runs unit tests as normal.
  • Travis runs integration tests due to the release-x.x.x branch name.
  • Once merged any maintainer can tag the squashed commit and push tags to GitHub.
  • Travis will build and deploy the tagged commit and upload to PyPI.
  • Travis will prepare a GitHub release draft for the tag.
  • Once you’re satisfied with the release content (ie changelog entry info) you can publish the release.

Configuration Options

  • If your deployment uses universal wheels you can consolidate the two PyPI deployments into one and build both within _travis/deploy.sh.
  • If you’re not a fan of GitHub releases you can remove that section within deploy: in .travis.yml.

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