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Be more precise about recursive includes. #145

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fladi commented Apr 25, 2016

The tarball on PyPI has some artifacts in the tests folder right now (.pyc
files) which should not be shipped. Changing the directives to be more precise
as to what gets includes fixes this for future release tarballs.

Be more precise about recursive includes.
The tarball on PyPI has some artifacts in the `tests` folder right now (`.pyc`
files) which should not be shipped. Changing the directives to be more precise
as to what gets includes fixes this for future release tarballs.
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codecov-io commented Apr 25, 2016

Current coverage is 31.05%

Merging #145 into master will increase coverage by +<.01%

@@           master       #145   diff @@
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  Files          17         17          
  Lines        1298       1298          
  Methods         0          0          
  Branches        0          0          
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  Hits          403        403          
  Misses        895        895          
  Partials        0          0          

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jschneier commented Apr 26, 2016

Thanks. I swear, each project has at least 3 "fixing" MANIFEST.in commits.

@jschneier jschneier merged commit 222d19b into jschneier:master Apr 26, 2016

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