setuptools sdist checker.
$ python setup.py sdist_check running sdist_check
and does some additional checks compared to the setuptools built-in command check. For instance it scans distributions built with sdist for files you most probably do not want to be part of the distribution.
A list of all supported options of the sdist_check command can be retrieved like this:
$ python setup.py sdist_check --help Common commands: (see '--help-commands' for more) setup.py build will build the package underneath 'build/' setup.py install will install the package ... Options for 'sdist_check' command: --metadata (-m) Verify meta-data --restructuredtext (-r) Checks if long string meta-data syntax are reStructuredText-compliant --strict (-s) Will exit with an error if a check fails --badfiles (-b) Check files included in dist for unusual names ...
The badfiles option is a list of filename patterns which are considered as non-wanted in distributions. By default, we look for files named like "*~".
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