PipApp is a tool to create directories and files for Pip-distributable Python application and it’s available, surprise surpise, using: pip install pipapp. Source is in GitHub, of course.
It was inspired by blog post Distributing a Python command line application by Jan-Philip Gehrcke. Files and directories and the process itself how to create pip-distributed Python app is described in that blog post.
PipApp is hopefully enough for personal and small hobby projects. More professional way of working is described in another blog post, Open Sourcing a Python Project the Right Way, by Jeff Knupp.
Command Line Password Manager is now version 0.9. And it’s distributed via pip. All Python3 users can install clipwdmgr using: pip install clipwdmgr.
Couldn’t be easier
Releases are in PyPi and source is in GitHub.
MazinGame is now v1.0.0 and reason why it’s v1.0.0 is that it can now be installed using: pip install mazingame.
Latest release will be at PyPi and source remains at GitHub.
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With the v5.2 release, full source of CLENotes is now available at GitHub. I also updated build and packaging to Maven. As before, releases can be downloaded from OpenNTF.
Changes of v5.2:
Version 5.2 (18.12.2015)
- Moved to Maven building and packaging. Consequence: development can be done without Eclipse IDE.
- Source code available at GitHub.
- Updated Xtend libraries to v2.9.0.
- Removed separate config file and added it to Configuration.xtend (in the future: configuration to be refactored).
Soon Tycoon One v2.0 is going to be available all around the globe.
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A recent discovery from old backups revealed something long forgotten: I really developed a version of Elite for…. that’s right… Emacs text editor.
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Command Line Password Manager is now in version 0.4. Although the version number is zero.something, it’s still a major release with lots of refactoring.
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