Nikolaj Sjujskij committed 32df0be

Add wrapper function and fix installation of cmdline script

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 from package import Package
 def main(rstfile, epubfile):
+    ''' Main rst->epub converting function '''
     rst = RstDocument(rstfile)
     title = rst.get_title()
     author = rst.get_author()
-if __name__ == "__main__":
+def main_wrapper():
+    ''' Wrapper around main function checking args '''
     usage = '''Usage:
     $ {0} <input_file.rst> <output_file.epub>\n'''.format(sys.argv[0])
     if '--help' in sys.argv:
     if not (os.path.exists(rstfile) and os.path.isfile(rstfile)):
         sys.stderr.write("Input file does not exist or is not a file\n")
-    main(rstfile, epubfile)
+    return main(rstfile, epubfile)
+if __name__ == "__main__":
+    main_wrapper()
       entry_points = {
-          'console_scripts': ["rst2epub = rst2epub.converter:main", ],
+          'console_scripts': ["rst2epub = rst2epub.converter:main_wrapper", ],
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