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#!/usr/bin/env python
# Licensed under a 3-clause BSD style license - see LICENSE.rst
import glob
import os
import sys
# Uncomment to enforce Python version check during package import.
# Also uncomment python_requires below in setup().
# Replace "packagename" in error message with your package name.
# This is the same check as packagename/__init__.py but this one has to
# happen before importing ah_bootstrap.
#__minimum_python_version__ = '3.5'
#if sys.version_info < tuple((int(val) for val in __minimum_python_version__.split('.'))):
# sys.stderr.write("ERROR: packagename requires Python {} or later\n".format(__minimum_python_version__))
# sys.exit(1)
import ah_bootstrap
from setuptools import setup
# A dirty hack to get around some early import/configurations ambiguities
if sys.version_info[0] >= 3:
import builtins
else:
import __builtin__ as builtins
builtins._ASTROPY_SETUP_ = True
from astropy_helpers.setup_helpers import (register_commands, get_debug_option,
get_package_info)
from astropy_helpers.git_helpers import get_git_devstr
from astropy_helpers.version_helpers import generate_version_py
# Get some values from the setup.cfg
try:
from ConfigParser import ConfigParser
except ImportError:
from configparser import ConfigParser
conf = ConfigParser()
conf.read(['setup.cfg'])
metadata = dict(conf.items('metadata'))
PACKAGENAME = metadata.get('package_name', 'specutils')
DESCRIPTION = metadata.get('description', 'packagename')
AUTHOR = metadata.get('author', 'Astropy-specutils Developers')
AUTHOR_EMAIL = metadata.get('author_email', '')
LICENSE = metadata.get('license', 'BSD-3')
URL = metadata.get('url', 'http://astropy.org')
# order of priority for long_description:
# (1) set in setup.cfg,
# (2) load LONG_DESCRIPTION.rst,
# (3) load README.rst,
# (4) package docstring
readme_glob = 'README*'
_cfg_long_description = metadata.get('long_description', '')
if _cfg_long_description:
LONG_DESCRIPTION = _cfg_long_description
elif os.path.exists('LONG_DESCRIPTION.rst'):
with open('LONG_DESCRIPTION.rst') as f:
LONG_DESCRIPTION = f.read()
elif len(glob.glob(readme_glob)) > 0:
with open(glob.glob(readme_glob)[0]) as f:
LONG_DESCRIPTION = f.read()
else:
# Get the long description from the package's docstring
__import__(PACKAGENAME)
package = sys.modules[PACKAGENAME]
LONG_DESCRIPTION = package.__doc__
# Store the package name in a built-in variable so it's easy
# to get from other parts of the setup infrastructure
builtins._ASTROPY_PACKAGE_NAME_ = PACKAGENAME
# VERSION should be PEP440 compatible (http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440)
VERSION = metadata.get('version', '0.0.dev0')
# Indicates if this version is a release version
RELEASE = 'dev' not in VERSION
if not RELEASE:
VERSION += get_git_devstr(False)
# Populate the dict of setup command overrides; this should be done before
# invoking any other functionality from distutils since it can potentially
# modify distutils' behavior.
cmdclassd = register_commands(PACKAGENAME, VERSION, RELEASE)
# Freeze build information in version.py
generate_version_py(PACKAGENAME, VERSION, RELEASE,
get_debug_option(PACKAGENAME))
# Treat everything in scripts except README* as a script to be installed
scripts = [fname for fname in glob.glob(os.path.join('scripts', '*'))
if not os.path.basename(fname).startswith('README')]
# Get configuration information from all of the various subpackages.
# See the docstring for setup_helpers.update_package_files for more
# details.
package_info = get_package_info()
# Add the project-global data
package_info['package_data'].setdefault(PACKAGENAME, [])
package_info['package_data'][PACKAGENAME].append('data/*')
# Define entry points for command-line scripts
entry_points = {'console_scripts': []}
if conf.has_section('entry_points'):
entry_point_list = conf.items('entry_points')
for entry_point in entry_point_list:
entry_points['console_scripts'].append('{0} = {1}'.format(
entry_point[0], entry_point[1]))
# Include all .c files, recursively, including those generated by
# Cython, since we can not do this in MANIFEST.in with a "dynamic"
# directory name.
c_files = []
for root, dirs, files in os.walk(PACKAGENAME):
for filename in files:
if filename.endswith('.c'):
c_files.append(
os.path.join(
os.path.relpath(root, PACKAGENAME), filename))
package_info['package_data'][PACKAGENAME].extend(c_files)
# Note that requires and provides should not be included in the call to
# ``setup``, since these are now deprecated. See this link for more details:
# https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/astropy-dev/urYO8ckB2uM
setup(name=PACKAGENAME,
version=VERSION,
description=DESCRIPTION,
scripts=scripts,
install_requires=[s.strip() for s in metadata.get('install_requires', 'astropy').split(',')],
author=AUTHOR,
author_email=AUTHOR_EMAIL,
license=LICENSE,
url=URL,
long_description=LONG_DESCRIPTION,
cmdclass=cmdclassd,
zip_safe=False,
use_2to3=False,
entry_points=entry_points,
# python_requires='>=' + __minimum_python_version__,
**package_info
)