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The warning emitted for missing standard script name in py36compat.py is not suppressed by manifest_maker.warn but seems to be supposed to.
I found this while exploring a setup.py as a directory containing a __main__.py. I happened to run
and I had a warning about the file __main__.py missing.
You can suppress the warning by using the script_name keyword argument of setuptools.setup like so:
from setuptools import setup
# ... a plethora of other kwargs
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