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  • Smooth Packaging: Flowing from Source to PyPi with GitLab Pipelines
    8 projects | dev.to | 18 Jan 2024
    python3 -m pip install \ --trusted-host test.pypi.org --trusted-host test-files.pythonhosted.org \ --index-url https://test.pypi.org/simple/ \ --extra-index-url https://pypi.org/simple/ \ piper_whistle==$(python3 -m src.piper_whistle.version)
  • Introducing Flama for Robust Machine Learning APIs
    11 projects | dev.to | 18 Dec 2023
    We believe that poetry is currently the best tool for this purpose, besides of being the most popular one at the moment. This is why we will use poetry to manage the dependencies of our project throughout this series of posts. Poetry allows you to declare the libraries your project depends on, and it will manage (install/update) them for you. Poetry also allows you to package your project into a distributable format and publish it to a repository, such as PyPI. We strongly recommend you to learn more about this tool by reading the official documentation.
  • PyPI Packaging
    2 projects | dev.to | 13 Dec 2023
    From there, I needed to learn a bit about PyPi or Python Package Index, which is the home for all the wonderful packages that you know if you have ever run the handy pip install command. PyPi has a pretty quick and easy onboarding, which requires a secured account be created and, for the purposes of submitting packages from CLI, an API token be generated. This can be done in your PyPi profile. Once logg just navigate to https://pypi.org/manage/account/ and scroll down to the API tokens section. Click “Add Token” and follow the few steps to generate an API token which is your access point to uploading packages. With all this in place, I was able to use twine to handle the package upload. First I needed to install twine, again as simple as pip install twine. In order for twine to access my API token during the package upload process, it needed to read it from .pypirc file that contains the token info. For some that file may exist already, for me I was required to create it. Working in windows I simply used a text editor to create it in my home user directory ($HOME/.pypirc). The file contents had a TOML like format looked like this:
  • Releasing my Python Project
    4 projects | dev.to | 26 Nov 2023
    I have published the package to Python Package Index, commonly called PyPi, and in this post, I'll be sharing the steps I had to follow in the process.
  • Publishing my open source project to PyPI!
    2 projects | dev.to | 25 Nov 2023
    Register at PyPI.org
  • Show HN: I mirrored all the code from PyPI to GitHub
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Sep 2023
    According to the stats on the original link, there are over 25,000 identified secret ids/keys/tokens in the data. And it looks like that's just identifiable secrets, e.g. "Google API Keys" that I'm guessing are identifiable because they have a specific pattern, and may be missing other secrets that use less recognizable patterns.

    I mean, sure, compared to the 478,876 Projects claimed on https://pypi.org/, that's a pretty small minority. On the other hand, I'd guess a many Python packages don't use these particular services, or even need to connect to a remote service at all, so the area for this class of mistake should be even smaller.

    And mistakes do happen, but that's a pretty big thing to miss if you are knowingly publishing your code with the expectation other people will be reading it.

  • Pezzo v0.5 - Dashboards, Caching, Python Client, and More!
    3 projects | dev.to | 2 Sep 2023
    PyPi package
  • PyPI Requires 2FA for New User Registrations
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Aug 2023
    https://peps.python.org/pep-0458/

    Here's the in-progress roadmap: https://github.com/pypi/warehouse/issues/10672

    If there's particular issues you believe you could pick off to help achieve the goal, much appreciated!

  • PSF Hires PyPI Safety and Security Engineer
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Aug 2023
    Having done plenty of work on PyPI, including lots of security work: Mike is an extremely competent engineer, and has been a significant force[1] in PyPI's overall modernization and maintenance efforts. That kind of work is security work, and it's frequently thankless.

    [1]: https://github.com/pypi/warehouse/commits?author=miketheman

  • Exploring Django's Third-Party Packages: Top Libraries You Should Know
    8 projects | dev.to | 8 Jul 2023
    PyPI - Python Package Index - PyPI is the official Python Package Index, where Python packages can be found and downloaded, including Django packages.
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