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Packaging Python in 2022

Liffey Hall 1
13:00 on 15 July 2022
30 minutes


Packaging in Python is one place where the common adage "There should be one and preferably only one obvious way to do it" doesn't seem to apply. There are a lot of choices to make when publishing python code. What is absolutely essential and what is optional?

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The Python packaging landscape is experiencing a renaissance but along with new standards and new tools comes a lot of new choices when publishing. setup.cfg or pyproject.toml? Do you need a instead or in addition? There can be a lot of confusion but understanding modern trends can make sharing your code easier than ever before.

The speaker

Jeremiah Paige

I am a long time Python developer of almost a decade. For most of that time I have used the language to drive systems programs in and on top of C. Python is a diverse and quickly growing community and I love to contribute to it even as I try to keep up. I currently help ActiveState deliver secure, pre-build python projects to enterprise customers and individual developers.

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