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README.rst

packyou

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Description

Downloads a python project from github and allows to import it from anywhere. Very useful when the repo is not a package

Demo

Introduction

Sometimes is usefull to be able to import a project from github. If the project is configured as a python package it could be installed with pip and git. But still lot of project are not using setuptools which makes difficult to use them from python easily. Some people could be using git submodules, but it also requires adding a init.py file in the project root.

With packyou it is possible to import any pure python project from github justo with a simple import statement like:

from packyou.github.username.repository_name import external_github_module

Install

pip install packyou

Example of usage

Supose you want to use something from sqlmap project. since sqlmap proyect is not yet a python package you can import anything from sqlmap like this:

from packyou.github.sqlmapproject.sqlmap.lib.utils.hash import mysql_passwd
mysql_passwd(password='testpass', uppercase=True)
# '*00E247AC5F9AF26AE0194B41E1E769DEE1429A29'

screenshot!

TODO

  • Add support for bitbucket, gitlab
  • Specify version of each project