This is just a simple example of a setup.py that will work (assuming python3.4+, not legacy python)
You can clone this repository:
git clone https://github.com/waynew/simplest-python-package.git
Then create a new venv and activate it:
cd simplest-python-package python -m venv simple source simple/bin/activate
Now install this package in editable mode:
python -m pip install -e .
Now you can run the package from anywhere using either
python -m myproj
Of course, this assumes that you have
~/.local/bin on your PATH. Unless
you're not on Linux, in which case Python put it somewhere else, but I couldn't
tell you for sure.
Feel free to use this project as a starting point for your Python packages - just edit the setup.py, README, and LICENSE files to be useful for whatever your purposes are.