Python Project & Coding Standards for Practicing Wizards
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Purpose of this Project
This project implements a Python Project generator. It’s aim is to create a standard framework for Python projects that includes best practices. The results should be code that is documented, has an installation and versioning paradigm in place, and makes it easier for a programmer to do things that are often tedious.
Best practice steps are organized as follows:
Step 1 - Install Python
Step 2 - Install PyCharm
Step 3 - Python Project Structure
Step 4 - Documentation Matters
Step 5 - setup.py for success early in your project
At this time you can’t install this module. At a later version the installation will provide an interface to create the recommended project structure, documented here.
>>> venv/scripts/pip install sjb.pyguide
0.2.5 - Fix missing installation requirements in setup.py
0.2.4 - Fix issues with generated project, wheel installation file, not working. Add several files missing from generated project.
0.2.3 - Beta version of project generator. Creates a Python 3.x project with best practices, including initialized virtual environment.
0.2.2 - Adding in incomplete changes for project generator on way to v0.3.0. Will create directory structure and 1/2 dozen files for the project. Not complete yet.
0.2.1 - Remove revealjs theme which is no longer supported and didn’t work right anyway.
0.2.0 - Updated a number of package requirements such as sphinx themes to meet compatibility requirements.
0.1.0 - First version with semantic versioning schema. Most of documentation is strong. Console script to create a project is in an development state.
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