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An example project demonstrating various ways to access data files in Python package

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This project shows how to package data files within a Python distribution, and example code for reading the data files.

To build this distribution, create a venv with setuptools, wheel, and pep517 installed, then execute the latter as a module:

python -m .

The distributions (an sdist .tar.gz and a bdist .whl) will be written to ./dist/ subdirectory.

To test it out, install a distribution and run the console script resources-example.

Accessing resources should work on both Python 2 and Python 3, Linux, macOS, Windows.. and all methods except for should still work when the package myapp has been

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