Cookiecutter template for a Python package. See https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter.
- Free software: BSD license
- Vanilla testing setup with unittest and python setup.py test
- Travis-CI: Ready for Travis Continuous Integration testing
- Tox testing: Setup to easily test for Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.3, 3.4
- Sphinx docs: Documentation ready for generation with, for example, ReadTheDocs
Generate a Python package project:
- Create a repo and put it there.
- Add the repo to your Travis CI account.
- Add the repo to your ReadTheDocs account + turn on the ReadTheDocs service hook.
- Release your package the standard Python way. Here's a release checklist: https://gist.github.com/audreyr/5990987
Not Exactly What You Want?
Don't worry, you have options:
Similar Cookiecutter Templates
- Nekroze/cookiecutter-pypackage: A fork of this with a PyTest test runner, strict flake8 checking with Travis/Tox, and some docs and setup.py differences.
- tony/cookiecutter-pypackage: Fork with py2.7+3.3 optimizations. Flask/Werkzeug-style
_compatmodule and module/doc conventions. See
README.rstor the github comparison view for exhaustive list of additions and modifications.
- Also see the network and family tree for this repo. (If you find anything that should be listed here, please add it and send a pull request!)
Fork This / Create Your Own
If you have differences in your preferred setup, I encourage you to fork this to create your own version. Or create your own; it doesn't strictly have to be a fork.
- Once you have your own version working, add it to the Similar Cookiecutter Templates list above with a brief description.
- It's up to you whether or not to rename your fork/own version. Do whatever you think sounds good.
Or Submit a Pull Request
I also accept pull requests on this, if they're small, atomic, and if they make my own packaging experience better.