Common tasks for 'Invoke' that are needed again and again.
The rituals package provides PyInvoke tasks that work for any project, based on its project metadata, to automate common developer chores like ‘clean’, ‘build’, ‘dist’, ‘test’, ‘check’, and ‘release-prep’ (for the moment).
The guiding principle for these tasks is to strictly separate low-level tasks for building and installing (via setup.py) from high-level convenience tasks a developer uses (via tasks.py). Invoke tasks can use Setuptools ones as building blocks, but never the other way ‘round – this avoids bootstrapping head- aches during package installations using pip.
The easiest way to get a working project based on rituals is the py-generic-project cookiecutter template. That way you have a working project skeleton within minutes that is fully equipped, with all aspects of bootstrapping, building, testing, quality checks, continuous integration, documentation, and releasing covered. See here for more:
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