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How to deploy Python application as a zip file?
Zip up the Python files (in this case just this one file) into app.zip by typing: The next step adds a shebang to the zip file and saves it as app —at this point the file app is a zip file containing all your Python sources. That’s it. The file app is now have a zipped Python application that is ready to deploy as a single file.
Where do I find setup.py in Pip?
Alternatively, you can also use the exclude argument to explicitly less robust. pip install -e . where the setup.py can be found. The -e flag specifies that we want to install package before the changes come into effect. You will need to either restart python or reload the package though!
Where do I put my dependencies in setup.py?
You have most likely used if you are using conda. Now that you are creating a setup.py, you can specify your dependencies in the install_requires argument. version ( ‘numpy>=1.14.5) or set a range of versions ( matplotlib>=2.2.0,<3.0.0 ). These requirements will automatically be installed by pip when you install your package.
Do you need to install pytest in setup.cfg?
Of course you do not want to add pytest to your dependencies in install_requires: it isn’t required by the users of your package. In order to have it installed Additionally you will have to create a file named setup.cfg with the following contents: are installed and run pytest for you!
Can you install pip install Hazm in a zip file?
6 Answers. If you install it with pip install hazm or pip install hazm-master.zip, pip will try to fetch and install all of them for you. If you unzip it and run setup.py manually, you have to take care of figuring out and installing all the prerequisites on your own (and possibly telling hazm how to find them); that isn’t going to solve anything.
Which is the right way to install a zipfile?
The right way to install a zipfile (at least if it’s properly designed, but I just tested this one, and it is) is with pip: pip install hazm-master.zip. Or, if you prefer, you can unzip it and use pip from within the directory: unzip hazm-master.zip cd hazm-master pip install .
How to install Python module using a zip file?
If you really want to use that file, you have to run the setup.py file, you can do this using the following command (assuming you are in the hazm-master folder): The right way to install a zipfile (at least if it’s properly designed, but I just tested this one, and it is) is with pip:
Do you have to run setup.py to install Pip?
You don’t have to run setup.py to use that file. pip has been able to install from directories since way back in the 0.x days, and it’s been able to install from zip archives since… I think 1.5. – abarnert May 10 ’15 at 6:53 unzip hazm-master.zip cd hazm-master pip install .