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README.md

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Cookiecutter tox plugin

Minimal Cookiecutter template for authoring tox plugins to change or extend the behaviour of tox.

Getting Started

Install Cookiecutter and generate a new tox plugin project:

$ pip install -U cookiecutter
$ cookiecutter https://github.com/tox-dev/cookiecutter-tox-plugin

Cookiecutter prompts you for information regarding your plugin:

full_name [Oliver Bestwalter]: Somebody Else
email [oliver@bestwalter.de]: somebody@elsewhere.com
github_username [obestwalter]: somebody_else
plugin_name [foobar]: awesome
pkg_name [tox_foobar]:
module_name [plugin]:
entry_point [tox_foobar.plugin]:
short_description [A simple plugin to use with tox]:
version [0.1.0]:
tox_version [3.0.0]:
Select docs_tool:
1 - mkdocs
2 - sphinx
3 - none
Choose from 1, 2, 3 [1]:
Select license:
1 - MIT
2 - BSD-3
3 - GNU GPL v3.0
4 - Apache Software License 2.0
5 - Mozilla Public License 2.0
Choose from 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 [1]:

INFO:post_gen_project:Initializing docs for mkdocs
INFO:post_gen_project:Moving doc_sources/mkdocs/index.md to docs/index.md.
INFO:post_gen_project:Moving doc_sources/mkdocs/mkdocs.yml to /home/ob/do/tox-dev/tox-foobar/mkdocs.yml.
INFO:post_gen_project:Remove temporary folder: doc_sources
INFO:post_gen_project:Remove temporary folder: licenses
INFO:post_gen_project:Remove temporary folder: macros

There you go - you just created a minimal tox plugin:

tox-awesome/
├── tox.ini
├── .travis.yml
├── appveyor.yml
├── mkdocs.yml
├── LICENSE
├── MANIFEST.in
├── README.rst
├── docs
│   └── index.md
├── setup.py
├── tests
│   ├── conftest.py
│   └── test_tox_awesome.py
└── tox_awesome
    ├── __init__.py
    └── plugin.py

Features

  • Installable PyPI package featuring a setup.py.
  • Test suite running tox and pytest that makes sure your plugin is working as expected
  • Comprehensive README.rst file that contains useful information about your plugin
  • Continuous integration configuration for Travis CI and AppVeyor
  • Optional documentation with either Sphinx or MkDocs
  • Choose from several licenses, such as MIT, BSD-3, Apache v2.0, GNU GPL v3.0, or MPL v2.0

Requirements to Submit a Plugin

If you plan on submitting your plugin to the tox-dev organization you need to meet the following requirements:

  • PyPI presence with a setup.py that contains a license, tox- prefixed, version number, authors, short and long description.
  • a tox.ini for running tests using tox.
  • a README describing how to use the plugin and on which platforms it runs.
  • a LICENSE file or equivalent containing the licensing information, with matching info in setup.py.
  • an issue tracker.

Please see the official guidelines at Submit a Plugin.

Resources

Please consult the tox docs for more information on hooks at tox plugin/hooks reference.

Contribute

We welcome you to contribute to this project. Please visit the documentation to get started!

Issues

If you encounter any problems, please file an issue along with a detailed description.

Code of Conduct

Everyone interacting in the cookiecutter tox plugin project's codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the PyPA Code of Conduct.

License

Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, cookiecutter tox plugin is free and open source software

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