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Audit tool to help investigate Python dependencies

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The Valiant project aims to provide auditing tools that help project teams track their dependencies in terms of licensing, security, and dependability.

The goal is to help reduce the fragility of the "input side" of software development by making it easy to assess and track dependencies. Further work will also aim to check dependencies against policy documents to help

The system is written in Python 3 and targets Python codebases.

Please check out the project site for documentation.

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Resource Description
Codebase GitHub project
Security policy Please refer to this if you need to report a security concern
Project tracker Structured to provide fulfilment of project milestones
Issue tracker GitHub issues
Documentation Project site
License Project licence (MIT)
Contributing Want to join in?


I have used the Poetry library to package this project and guide my implementation efforts.

The Hypermodern Python series by Claudio Jolowicz is a great resource and you'll see his guidance instilled in this codebase.

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