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.. image:: https://travis-ci.org/vsajip/distlib.svg :target: https://travis-ci.org/vsajip/distlib .. image:: https://coveralls.io/repos/vsajip/distlib/badge.svg :target: https://coveralls.io/github/vsajip/distlib What is it? ----------- Distlib is a library which implements low-level functions that relate to packaging and distribution of Python software. It is intended to be used as the basis for third-party packaging tools. The documentation is available at https://distlib.readthedocs.io/ Main features ------------- Distlib currently offers the following features: * The package ``distlib.database``, which implements a database of installed distributions, as defined by :pep:`376`, and distribution dependency graph logic. Support is also provided for non-installed distributions (i.e. distributions registered with metadata on an index like PyPI), including the ability to scan for dependencies and building dependency graphs. * The package ``distlib.index``, which implements an interface to perform operations on an index, such as registering a project, uploading a distribution or uploading documentation. Support is included for verifying SSL connections (with domain matching) and signing/verifying packages using GnuPG. * The package ``distlib.metadata``, which implements distribution metadata as defined by :pep:`426`, :pep:`345`, :pep:`314` and :pep:`241`. * The package ``distlib.markers``, which implements environment markers as defined by :pep:`426`. * The package ``distlib.manifest``, which implements lists of files used in packaging source distributions. * The package ``distlib.locators``, which allows finding distributions, whether on PyPI (XML-RPC or via the "simple" interface), local directories or some other source. * The package ``distlib.resources``, which allows access to data files stored in Python packages, both in the file system and in .zip files. * The package ``distlib.scripts``, which allows installing of scripts with adjustment of shebang lines and support for native Windows executable launchers. * The package ``distlib.version``, which implements version specifiers as defined by :pep:`440` / :pep:`426`, but also support for working with "legacy" versions (``setuptools``/``distribute``) and semantic versions. * The package ``distlib.wheel``, which provides support for building and installing from the Wheel format for binary distributions (see :pep:`427`). * The package ``distlib.util``, which contains miscellaneous functions and classes which are useful in packaging, but which do not fit neatly into one of the other packages in ``distlib``.* The package implements enhanced globbing functionality such as the ability to use ``**`` in patterns to specify recursing into subdirectories. Python version and platform compatibility ----------------------------------------- Distlib is intended to be used on any Python version >= 2.7 and is tested on Python versions 2.7 and 3.3-3.6 on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X (not all versions are tested on all platforms, but are expected to work correctly). Project status -------------- The project has reached a mature status in its development: there is a test suite and it has been exercised on Windows, Ubuntu and Mac OS X. The project is used by well-known projects such as `pip <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip>`_ and `caniusepython3 <https://pypi.python.org/pypi/caniusepython3>`_. Code of Conduct --------------- Everyone interacting in the distlib project's codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms, and mailing lists is expected to follow the `PyPA Code of Conduct`_. .. _PyPA Code of Conduct: https://www.pypa.io/en/latest/code-of-conduct/