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About

Re-implementing bluepeppers/pip2arch with some improvements:

  • Supports generating PKGBUILD contained multiple packages.
  • Smarter package license detection.
  • License file installation (by @brycepg).
  • Maintainer information generation (by @brycepg).

Installation

  • Install from AUR:
    $ yaourt -S pip2pkgbuild
  • Install from PyPi:
    $ pip install pip2pkgbuild
  • Install manually:
    $ cp pip2pkgbuild/pip2pkgbuild.py ~/bin/pip2pkgbuild
    $ chmod u+x ~/bin/pip2pkgbuild

Usage

usage: pip2pkgbuild [-h] [-v MODULE_VERSION] [-p {python,python2,multi}]
                    [-b PKGBASE] [-n PKGNAME]
                    [--python2-package-name PY2_PKGNAME]
                    [-d [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]]
                    [--python2-depends [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]]
                    [--python3-depends [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]]
                    [-m [MKDEPENDS [MKDEPENDS ...]]] [-o] [-V] [-l]
                    [--name NAME] [--email EMAIL]
                    module

Generate PKGBUILD file for a Python module from PyPi

positional arguments:
  module                The Python module name

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -v MODULE_VERSION, --module-version MODULE_VERSION
                        Use the specified version of the Python module
  -p {python,python2,multi}, --python-version {python,python2,multi}
                        The Python version on which the PKGBUILD bases
  -b PKGBASE, --package-basename PKGBASE
                        Specifiy the pkgbase value, the first value in the
                        pkgname array is used by default
  -n PKGNAME, --package-name PKGNAME
                        Specify the pkgname value or the name for the Python 3
                        based package in a package group
  --python2-package-name PY2_PKGNAME
                        Specify the name for the Python 2 based package in a
                        package group
  -d [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]], --depends [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]
                        Dependencies for the whole PKGBUILD
  --python2-depends [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]
                        Dependencies for the Python 2 based package in a
                        package group
  --python3-depends [DEPENDS [DEPENDS ...]]
                        Dependencies for the Python 3 based package in a
                        package group
  -m [MKDEPENDS [MKDEPENDS ...]], --make-depends [MKDEPENDS [MKDEPENDS ...]]
                        Dependencies required while running the makepkg
                        command
  -o, --print-out       Print on screen rather than saving to PKGBUILD file
  -V, --version         show program's version number and exit
  -l, --find-license    Attempt to find package license to install
  --name NAME           Your full name for the package maintainer line e.g.
                        'yourFirstName yourLastName'
  --email EMAIL         Your email for the package maintainer line

Examples

  • Generate a Python 2 based PKGBUILD for Django with pkgname "django":
    $ pip2pkgbuild django -p python2 -n django
  • Generate PKGBUILD for Flask, containing both Python 2 and 3 packages with pkgbase "flask":
    $ pip2pkgbuild flask -p multi -b flask
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