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Generate FreeBSD Makefiles from Python modules on PyPI

Project Description

A fairly normal way to generate FreeBSD port Makefiles straight from PyPI.

Usage

You specify a base directory for the packages to be generated into, then just let it rip!

$ pytoport ~/my-ports/devel nosetests fixtures

In your ~/my-ports/devel directory, you will find py-nosetests and py-fixtures with a Makefile and if you’re lucky, a distinfo too.

You should also create a ~/.porttools file with the following details:

EMAIL="your@email.address"
FULLNAME="Your Name"

See man 5 porttools for more information. If you don’t create this file, you’ll have to fill out the relevant parts of the Makefile yourself.

License

BSD 2-clause. See LICENSE.

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Release History

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