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pypm install compoze

How to install compoze

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  3. Type pypm install compoze
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BSD-derived (http://www.repoze.org/LICENSE.txt)
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version 1.0 on Sep 20th, 2013

compoze README

This package provides a script for creating setuptools-compatible package indexes using packages downloaded from other indexes.

Please see docs/index.rst for the documentation, which can also be read online at:



compoze Changelog

1.0 (2012-02-10)
  • Added setup.py docs alias (installs 'Sphinx' after running setup.py develop).
  • Updated Trove classifiers.
1.0b1 (2012-12-28)
  • Added support for building docs under tox, including testing any doctest snippets.
  • Added support for Python 3.2 and 3.3, including testing them under tox.
  • Added support for PyPy, including testing it under tox.
  • Added coverage testing for under tox.
  • Added testing for supported Python versions under tox.
  • Added logic to handle archives (e.g., Twisted's) which contain multiple 'setup.py' files. Thanks to Travis Jensen for the patch.
  • Added setup.py dev alias (installs 'nose' and 'coverage' after running setup.py develop).
compoze (2012-04-19)
  • Repair packaging error in 0.4.1 (CHANGES.txt not included in the tarball).
compoze 0.4.1 (2012-03-18)
  • Harden 'compoze.indexer' against archives containing 'setup.py' which exit with errors, or which return bad data for 'setup.py --name --version'. Fixes http://bugs.repoze.org/issue69: thanks to Paul Winkler for the original version of the patch.
compoze 0.4 (2010-03-29)
  • Added global --use-versions and --versions-section options, to permit specifying requirements from the configuration file. Updated compoze fetch and compoze show to use such requirements.
  • Normalized options, allowing more to be set globally or in the config file: --index-url, --find-links, --fetch-site-packages, --include-binary-eggs, --keep-tempdir.
  • Updated spelling of --find-link option to --find-links.
  • Added a global --config-file option to permit setting options in an INI-style config file.
compoze 0.3.1 (2010-03-25)
  • Fix bug in compoze fetch under recent setuptools: "AttributeError: NoneType has no attribute 'clone'".
  • Fix bug in compoze show under recent setuptools: "AttributeError: EmptyProvider instance has no attribute 'name'".
  • Further documentation improvements.
compoze 0.3 (2010-03-25)
  • Added Sphinx documentation.
  • Switched to using pkginfo to parse package information.
  • Added pool command which moves all archives in the current directory to a common pool directory and symlinks them back.
  • Added show command, which displays locations for one or more requirements across a set of indexes.
compoze 0.2 (2007-11-19)
  • Added --help-commands option to show subcommands.
  • Broke fetch and index out as subcommands; other commands can be registered using the pkg_resources entry point group, compoze_commands.
compoze 0.1 (2007-11-14)
  • Initial release.

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