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On Thursday, 17 January 2019 07:41:43 UTC, dieter  wrote:
> dcs3spp via Python-list <python-list at python.org> writes:
> > ...
> > How do I configure python setup.py develop to pull the pyramid_core dependent packages using virtualenv?
> 
> Your "setup.py" below should work (once, you have removed the "****").
> If the "pyramid" package correctly declares its dependencies,
> then the "pyramid_core" is even likely unnecessary.
> 
> Try it out.
> 
> > *************** setup.py ****************** 
> >
> > import os 
> > import sys 
> >
> > from setuptools import setup, find_packages 
> >
> > here = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)) 
> > with open(os.path.join(here, 'README.md')) as f: 
> >     README = f.read() 
> > with open(os.path.join(here, 'CHANGES.md')) as f: 
> >     CHANGES = f.read() 
> >
> > requires = [ 
> >     'cryptography', 
> >     'odfpy', 
> >     'PyJWT', 
> >     'pycrypto', 
> >     'pyramid', 
> >     *****   'pyramid_core',  *******   
> >     requirements.txt file? 
> >     'pyramid_debugtoolbar', 
> >     'pyramid_tm', 
> >     'requests==2.18.4', 
> >     'SQLAlchemy', 
> >     'transaction', 
> >     'zope.sqlalchemy', 
> >     'waitress', 
> >     'psycopg2-binary', 
> >     'python-dateutil', 
> >     'uwsgi', 
> >     'marshmallow-sqlalchemy', 
> >     ] 
> >
> > setup_requires = [ 
> >     'pytest-runner', 
> > ] 
> >
> > tests_require = [ 
> >     'boto3', 
> >     'lovely-pytest-docker', 
> >     'pytest', 
> >     'pytest-cov', 
> >     'tuspy', 
> >     'WebTest >= 1.3.1', 
> > ] 
> >
> > setup(name='api', 
> >       version='0.0', 
> >       description='api', 
> >       long_description=README + '\n\n' + CHANGES, 
> >       classifiers=[ 
> >           "Programming Language :: Python", 
> >           "Framework :: Pyramid", 
> >           "Topic :: Internet :: WWW/HTTP", 
> >           "Topic :: Internet :: WWW/HTTP :: WSGI :: Application", 
> >       ], 
> >       author='simon pears', 
> >       author_email='roughlea-music at outlook.com', 
> >       url='', 
> >       keywords='web wsgi bfg pylons pyramid', 
> >       packages=find_packages('src'), 
> >       package_dir={'': 'src'}, 
> >       include_package_data=True, 
> >       zip_safe=False, 
> >       extras_require={ 
> >           'testing': tests_require, 
> >       }, 
> >       install_requires=requires, 
> >       setup_requires=setup_requires, 
> >       tests_require=tests_require, 
> >       test_suite='tests', 
> >       entry_points="""\ 
> >       [paste.app_factory] 
> >       main = api:main 
> >       [console_scripts] 
> >       initialize_api_db = api.scripts.initializedb:main 
> >       """, 
> >       )

Apologies dieter, I have not explained very well. I have written the pyramid_core package, it is not an external pypi package. I wish to use it across my own private projects, including CI builds mentioned earlier.

How do I configure setuptools to pull my own private dependency package using virtualenv + python setup.py develop