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  1. Plugins | master | Documentation | Poetry - Pyt...

    Plugins Poetry supports using and building plugins if you wish to alter or expand Poetry’s functionality with your own. For example if your environment poses special requirements on the behaviour of Poetry which do not apply to the majority of its users or if you wish to accomplish something with Poetry in a way that is not desired by most users. In these cases you could consider creating a plugin to handle your specific logic.
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  2. The pyproject.toml file | Documentation | Poetr...

    The pyproject.toml file The tool.poetry section of the pyproject.toml file is composed of multiple sections. name The name of the package. Required version The version of the package. Required This should follow semantic versioning. However it will not be enforced and you remain free to follow another specification. description A short description of the package. Required license The license of the package. The recommended notation for the most common licenses is (alphabetical):
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  3. Commands | master | Documentation | Poetry - Py...

    Commands You’ve already learned how to use the command-line interface to do some things. This chapter documents all the available commands. To get help from the command-line, simply call poetry to see the complete list of commands, then --help combined with any of those can give you more information. Global options --verbose (-v|vv|vvv): Increase the verbosity of messages: “-v” for normal output, “-vv” for more verbose output and “-vvv” for debug.
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  4. Repositories | Documentation | Poetry - Python ...

    Repositories Using the PyPI repository By default, Poetry is configured to use the PyPI repository, for package installation and publishing. So, when you add dependencies to your project, Poetry will assume they are available on PyPI. This represents most cases and will likely be enough for most users. Using a private repository However, at times, you may need to keep your package private while still being able to share it with your teammates.
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  5. Contributing to Poetry | Documentation | Poetry...

    Contributing to Poetry First off, thanks for taking the time to contribute! The following is a set of guidelines for contributing to Poetry on GitHub. These are mostly guidelines, not rules. Use your best judgement, and feel free to propose changes to this document in a pull request. Table of contents How to contribute Reporting bugs Suggesting enhancements Contributing to documentation Contributing to code Issue triage Git workflow How to contribute Reporting bugs This section guides you through submitting a bug report for Poetry.
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  6. Dependency specification | Documentation | Poet...

    Dependency specification Dependencies for a project can be specified in various forms, which depend on the type of the dependency and on the optional constraints that might be needed for it to be installed. Version constraints Caret requirements Caret requirements allow SemVer compatible updates to a specified version. An update is allowed if the new version number does not modify the left-most non-zero digit in the major, minor, patch grouping. In this case, if we ran poetry update requests, poetry would update us to version 2.
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  7. Basic usage | master | Documentation | Poetry -...

    Basic usage For the basic usage introduction we will be installing pendulum, a datetime library. If you have not yet installed Poetry, refer to the Introduction chapter. Project setup First, let’s create our new project, let’s call it poetry-demo: poetry new poetry-demo This will create the poetry-demo directory with the following content: poetry-demo ├── pyproject.toml ├── README.rst ├── poetry_demo │ └── __init__.py └── tests ├── __init__.py └── test_poetry_demo.py The pyproject.toml file is what is the most important here.
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  8. Versions | Documentation | Poetry - Python depe...

    Official documentation of Poetry
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  9. FAQ | Documentation | Poetry - Python dependenc...

    FAQ Why is the dependency resolution process slow? While the dependency resolver at the heart of Poetry is highly optimized and should be fast enough for most cases, sometimes, with some specific set of dependencies, it can take time to find a valid solution. This is due to the fact that not all libraries on PyPI have properly declared their metadata and, as such, they are not available via the PyPI JSON API.
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  10. The pyproject.toml file | master | Documentatio...

    The pyproject.toml file The tool.poetry section of the pyproject.toml file is composed of multiple sections. name The name of the package. Required version The version of the package. Required This should follow semantic versioning. However it will not be enforced and you remain free to follow another specification. description A short description of the package. Required license The license of the package. The recommended notation for the most common licenses is (alphabetical):
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