How do I turn a python program into an .egg file?

How do I turn a python program into an .egg file?

Asked by: Blake813 | Posted: 27-01-2022

Answer 1

Setuptools is the software that creates .egg files. It's an extension of the distutils package in the standard library.

The process involves creating a file, then python bdist_egg creates an .egg package.

Answered by: Chester975 | Posted: 28-02-2022

Answer 2

Also, if you need to get an .egg package off a single .py file app, check this link: EasyInstall - Packaging others projects as eggs.

Answered by: Haris212 | Posted: 28-02-2022

Answer 3

Python has its own package for creating distributions that is called distutils. However instead of using Python’s distutils’ setup function, we’re using setuptools’ setup. We’re also using setuptools’ find_packages function which will automatically look for any packages in the current directory and add them to the egg. To create said egg, you’ll need to run the following from the command line:

c:\Python34\python.exe bdist_egg

Answered by: Ted793 | Posted: 28-02-2022

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