Simply use this project template to start new python projects. Rename the "project" folder and all references to this folder to customize your project name. Fork or copy the repo.

Bob Mottram fb6e378d2b Reference to original author 4 months ago
project 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
testing 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
.gitignore 6e981158f1 Changed link 4 months ago
LICENSE 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
README.md fb6e378d2b Reference to original author 4 months ago
requirements.txt 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
run_tests.sh 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
setup.cfg 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago
setup.py 8b27458a58 Change license to AGPL3 4 months ago

README.md

New Empty Python Project Base

This is just what you need to start a new Python project.

Simply use this project template to start new python projects.

Usage

  1. Fork or clone this repo, and rename the project/ folder (and all references to this folder in other files) to customize your project name.
  2. You can run tests by running pytest in the root, or by running python3 setup.py test. Code coverage is enabled by default.
  3. Edit the setup.py of your project to make it truly yours.
  4. Start coding in your now-renamed project folder and add tests under the testing/ folder!
  5. Upload your project as a package on PyPI, the Python Package Index!

Based on https://github.com/Neuraxio/New-Empty-Python-Project-Base by Guillaume Chevalier