when I execute a "devpi upload" in my package folder, the uploaded version
always gets a "dev" postfix appended to the version. To install such a
version using pip, I have to specifiy the --pre flag. I have no glue
whether devpi decides to append this postfix or setuptools or ... Could
somebody give me a hint how to get rid of this behavior?
We're using devpi in production and we have some internal libraries that we
don't really plan on releasing to the public. Some of them are named in a
way that clashes with pypi's upstream packages (though they are in no way
shape or form related).
How can I achieve this with devpi? I wasn't able to really get a clear
answer and the documentation on "shadowing" -- which is presumably what
this feature that I'm inquiring about -- says "TODO." :)
Any tips would be appreciated on how to workaround this issue!
Cheers & thanks for devpi!
We are looking at deploying devpi-server as a local python package index
where I work. It will replace an aging Chishop instance. We manage our
servers using (Opscode) Chef so I started a Chef cookbook to manage the
devpi instance. If anyone else is using Chef, the cookbook is available
as https://github.com/dave-shawley/devpi-cookbook. Comments, pull
requests, and the like are always welcome.
enjoy - dave