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Project Description

v2 provides for auto-versioning in an intuitive way.

From setup.py:

from v2 import v2

setup(
      # ...
      version=v2.from_git().from_file().imprint().version,
      # ...
      setup_requires=[..., 'v2', ...],
      install_requires=[..., 'v2', ...],   # Necessary only when using
                                           # from your package root as
                                           # shown below.
)

From within your package root:

from v2 import v2

__version__ = v2.from_pkg().from_git().from_default().version

From within your Sphinx conf.py:

sys.path.insert(0, os.path.abspath('../..'))

from v2 import v2

# ...

version = v2.from_file('../../VERSION').from_git().version

By default, v2 looks for and writes to VERSION in the project root. It is also generally necessary to bundle v2 with your package. (Sadly.) Consequently, a two-line MANIFEST.in is necessary:

include VERSION
include v2.py

When you pip install v2, it makes available the v2 command line tool, which provides the v2.py module and the MANIFEST.in for you.

:;  v2
18:48:51.284 Writing local copy of v2 to v2.py...
18:48:51.285 Appending v2.py and VERSION to MANIFEST.in...

Precedence

v2 allows you to control the order in which versions are found, simply by call from_file, from_git and from_pkg in the desired order. The first one found is used; remaining searches are skipped. To obtain the version value we use .version (it’s always a string).

Writing the Version

The v2 module’s default interface object uses VERSION as the path to its version file. With .from_file it reads from this file, if present; with .imprint it writes to this file.

Release History

Release History

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File Name & Checksum SHA256 Checksum Help Version File Type Upload Date
v2-1.0.6.tar.gz (3.7 kB) Copy SHA256 Checksum SHA256 Source May 29, 2016

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