You never know what you get. Such is life
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deproulette

Forrest Gump sitting on a bench waiting for the bus (source http://skymovies.sky.com/image/unscaled/2008/12/9/Forrest-Gump.jpg)

Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get.

—Forrest Gump, 1994

Do you ever get tired of knowing what you get? Have you ever felt you needed to spice up your deployments?

With deproulette, you get what you wish for approximately none of the times. This imprecision is achieved through "creative" use of the python package distribution framework.

Usage

Think of one or more packages, no need for unique packages, but at most 5 packages, then run

pip install deproulette

Once this has run, you have probably installed something else than what you were thinking of. If not: please shoot me an email.

How does it work?

To achieve maximum discomfort for its users, deproulette downloads a list of packages from https://pypi.python.org/simple/, then selects a random amount of packages a random amount of times.

For all the details, see https://github.com/joar/deproulette/blob/master/setup.py.