I have once published a python package onto pypi. There are also tools like
Wercker that allow to do certain actions upon some triggers happening on
Github. I think it is possible to automate the publish chain after a
successful build. I'll look at it.
On 14 October 2016 at 14:06, Kevin Sapper <kevinsappe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Wes,
> By "package management" I've referred to pip or easy_install (not sure if
> they're the same) which are the common way to install python libraries.
> It would be really great if we could integrate this into our automatic
> deployment. Whenever the pip deployment is ready let me know then we can
> integrate it in zproject.
> 2016-10-14 13:48 GMT+02:00 Wes Young <w...@barely3am.com>:
>> i started banging away sort of at this:
>> these leverage what pyzmq did in terms of “build the C stuff from source
>> and embed the .so locally, use the generated c-bindings on top of that”
>> (made some patches to zproject to load a local .so properly).
>> there’s still a ways to go; but idea being you could get czmq / zyre
>> bindings from a pip command (testing that is about where i’m at..)
>> also; adds “pyczmq|pyzyre” into the mix as a module so we can build more
>> “pythonic” abstractions on top czmq|zyre while still providing the low
>> level stuff “as is” (you can still 'import czmq; ..’)
>> i’m also assuming by “package management” you’re meaning RPM|PPA, etc..
>> but wanted to throw in pip as well.
>> > On Oct 14, 2016, at 2:10 AM, Kevin Sapper <kevinsappe...@gmail.com>
>> > - As you seem to know python. For our C projects we have binding
>> generators for python which work fine but the binding code is currently not
>> deployed to a package management system.
>> > See zproject  for the binding generator and czmq  as a example
>> for the generated bindings.
>> > - A consensus implementation might be useful for zyre . Probably as
>> another library on top of zyre.
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