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README ====== pytemplate 1.0 Command-line tool for creating a template python file Author: Dayo Adewunmi <email@example.com> License: GNU GPLv3 Requirements: - python >=2.6.6 On Debian: $ aptitude install python OR $ aptitude install python2.6 Installation: 1. Copy pytemplate to /usr/local/bin and make sure permissions are set to rwxr-xr-x ($ chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/pytemplate) Usage: Run `pytemplate -h` for a list of options. If you're running pytemplate for the first time, you need to setup the configuration file by running `pytemplate -c` and providing the values at the prompt. For now pytemplate will save the config file as ~/.pytemplate.conf in your home directory. To create a python file run `pytemplate`. To also have pytemplate create a git repo for the python file being created, run `pytemplate -g`. Feedback: Any type of helpful feedback is always welcome. You email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm also on IRC in the Python channel on freenode. My nick is jargon. Credits: A big thank you to all the patient help and education I get from all the wonderful people on IRC in #python and on the Python Tutor mailing list (email@example.com). Most of what I know about Python I've learned from them.