[BangPypers] Packaging in Python

Saager Mhatre saager.mhatre at gmail.com
Sun Jan 12 07:22:53 CET 2014


On Jan 10, 2014 4:26 AM, "Venu Murthy" <venum at thoughtworks.com> wrote:
>
> Hello friend!
>
> This was the first time, we are actually writing some serious code and it
> found it quite not like Python when packing for the code to be deployed on
> a windows machine.
>
> We were using the setuptools build and install to do this... and it wasn't
> easy and finally had to install PIP on our windows machine install the
> dependencies... please let me know if there is a better way of packaging
> and deployment for python!
>

You're half way there.

distribute + pip + virtualenv is the way to go.

Use pypiserver to host your private packages if you don't want to push them
to PyPI; or Gemfury if you want a hosted solution.

However, if you're developing on python3, you might have to look at the new
distutils 'cause it covers (at least tries to cover) the feature set from
all those.

- d


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