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Vendorize packages from PyPI

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python-vendorize allows pure-Python dependencies to be vendorized: that is, the Python source of the dependency is copied into your own package. Best used for small, pure-Python dependencies to avoid version conflicts when other packages require a different version of the same dependency.

Dependencies you want vendorizing should be specified in vendorize.toml. target should be a string containing the path where vendorized dependencies should be placed, relative to the directory that vendorize.toml is in. packages should be a list of strings containing the dependencies. Each of these strings can be anything that pip would understand, such as a package name, a package name with version constraints or an URL. Dependencies can then be vendorized using python-vendorize.

For instance, suppose I want to vendorize six so it can be used from the package hello. The directory structure would be something like:

- hello
- vendorize.toml

vendorize.toml might look something like:

target = "hello/_vendor"
packages = [

I can then run python-vendorize in the same directory as vendorize.toml. The directory structure would then be something like:

- hello
  - _vendor
    - six.dist-info
      - ...
- vendorize.toml

In hello/, six can be imported from _vendor:

from ._vendor import six


pip install vendorize

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