Simple PyScaffold extension adding a pyproject.toml file
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README.rst

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pyscaffoldext-pyproject

This is a simple PyScaffold extension which serves as a blueprint. It's sole purpose is to create a pyproject.toml file according to [PEP 518]. This extension was bootstrapped with PyScaffold:

putup pyscaffoldext-pyproject -p pyproject --namespace pyscaffoldext --no-skeleton

Read more about creating an extension under http://pyscaffold.org/.

Usage

Just install this package with pip install pyscaffoldext-pyproject and note that putup -h shows a new option --pyproject. Using this will create a default pyproject.toml.