Symlink (namespaced) python packages into a single folder to aid development
Modern python environments tend to place the active packages in different places in the filesystem.
Scrambler symlinks active python packages into a single folder.
This allows quick traversal to available modules during development, and places namespaced packages into a logical filesystem.
This package was inspired by collective.recipe.omelette, but does not require a buildout environment to run
pip install scrambler
By default, scrambler will symlink the packages available into a folder “scrambled”
Run with the command:
` scrambler `
You can specify a different folder with the target option
` scrambler --target foo `
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