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#!/usr/bin/env python
from setuptools import setup, find_packages
LONG_DESCRIPTION = """\
The deployer is a Python framework for automatic application deployment on
Posix systems, usually through SSH. When set up, it can be called as a
library, but usually, people use it through an interactive command line.
Some key features are:
* Interactive execution of remote commands, locally, they will appear in a
pseudo terminal (created with openpty), so that even editors like Vim or
Emacs works fine when you run them on the remote end.
* Reusability of all deployment code is a key point. It's as declarative as
possible, but without loosing Python's power to express everything as
dynamic as you'd like to. Deployment code is hierarchically structured, with
inheritance where possible.
* Parallel execution is easy when enabled, while keeping interaction with
these remote processes possible through pseudoterminals. Every process gets
his own terminal, either a new xterm or gnome-terminal window, a tmux pane, or
whatever you'd like to.
* Logging of your deployments. New loggers are easily pluggable into the
system.
"""
import deployer
setup(
name="deployer",
version=deployer.__version__,
url='https://github.com/jonathanslenders/python-deployer',
license='LICENSE.txt',
description='Library for automating system deployments',
long_description=LONG_DESCRIPTION,
author='Jonathan Slenders, Mobile Vikings, City Live nv',
author_email='jonathan.slenders@mobilevikings.com',
packages=find_packages('.'),
install_requires = [
'paramiko>=1.15.1',
'Twisted>=12.2.0',
'pexpect==3.0',
'Pygments>=1.5',
'termcolor>=1.1.0',
'docopt==0.6.1',
'setproctitle==1.1.8',
],
classifiers=[
'Development Status :: 5 - Production/Stable',
'Environment :: Console',
'Intended Audience :: System Administrators',
'Operating System :: POSIX',
'Programming Language :: Python',
'Topic :: System :: Installation/Setup',
'Topic :: System :: Shells',
],
)