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PyB needs to allow customizing distutils setup.py with pre- and post- install logic #227

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arcivanov opened this Issue Oct 28, 2015 · 2 comments

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arcivanov commented Oct 28, 2015

A simple example for this is: I need to move packaged config files (data_files) to some other location. Installing in a non-package location isn't possible by design and requires custom deployment logic. This deployment logic cannot be implemented without custom post-install handler

The customization will be implemented via a method similar to this: https://github.com/eliben/pycparser/blob/aa47db488c2966c2c998abe8853f881bf8feb37e/setup.py

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Yeah, why not.

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