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A simple Python wheel builder for simple projects.

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A simple Python wheel builder for simple projects.

whey:

See the documentation for configuration and usage information.

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whey can be installed from PyPI or Anaconda.

To install with pip:

$ python -m pip install whey

To install with conda:

  • First add the required channels

$ conda config --add channels https://conda.anaconda.org/conda-forge
  • Then install

$ conda install whey

whey also has an optional README validation feature, which checks the README will render correctly on PyPI. This requires that the readme extra is installed:

$ python -m pip install whey[readme]

and in pyproject.toml:

[build-system]
requires = [ "whey[readme]",]
build-backend = "whey"

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