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Testing Your Python Package

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Before publishing your newly created Python package to PyPI it’s a good idea to test if everything is setup correctly. In this video you’ll double check whether everything is setup as expected and publish your package to the Test PyPI page.

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mounika on March 28, 2020

what is licence in setup.py file?

Denis Roy on April 16, 2020

@mounika - It is a field used to describe the license under which you release your code. In the video, they use “MIT”, which is a very permissive open source license using the same name as the university it originated from (MIT = Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Mohan Kumar Paluru on April 25, 2020

What text editor is that ? Just curious :)

Dan Bader RP Team on April 26, 2020

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