Create shiny new Python packages with Sphinx documentation, unit tests and tools to keep your code clean
Tooth.paste creates shiny new Python packages. Start your new packages with a prepared Sphinx documentation section, a test folder for your unit tests and a Makefile containing all the tools needed to keep your Python code clean.
The full documentation is located at : http://toothpaste.readthedocs.org/en/latest/
The repository and issue tracker are at GitHub : https://github.com/maikroeder/tooth.paste/issues
Based on ideas found in Circus - http://pypi.python.org/pypi/circus
Add information on webhooks
Add the three types of modules as examples inside the package.
fix travis.yml file name, which was set as travis.ci
fix Read the docs by adding missing indexsidebar.html
A lot of polishing to make the package squeaky clean
refactor invisible vars
rename the Paster templates to package, dotpackage and dotdotpackage for clarity
Remove long description from interactive fields, because this is a combination of the README.txt and the CHANGES.txt files anyway
improved documentation and unit tests
add dryrelease mkrelease
fix pylint, add pep8 and pyflakes, add sloccount
Package created using templer [Maik Roder]
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