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  1. Configuration | 1.7 | Documentation | Poetry - ...

    Configuration Poetry can be configured via the config command (see more about its usage here) or directly in the config.toml file that will be automatically created when you first run that command. This file can typically be found in one of the following directories: macOS: ~/Library/Application Support/pypoetry Windows: %APPDATA%\pypoetry For Unix, we follow the XDG spec and support $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. That means, by default ~/.config/pypoetry. Local configuration Poetry also provides the ability to have settings that are specific to a project by passing the --local option to the config command.
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  2. Commands | 1.7 | Documentation | Poetry - Pytho...

    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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  3. The pyproject.toml file | main | Documentation ...

    The pyproject.toml file The tool.poetry section of the pyproject.toml file is composed of multiple sections. package-mode Whether Poetry operates in package mode (default) or not. Optional See basic usage for more information. package-mode = false name The name of the package. Required in package mode This should be a valid name as defined by PEP 508. name = "my-package" version The version of the package. Required in package mode This should be a valid PEP 440 string.
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  4. Managing environments | main | Documentation | ...

    Managing environments Poetry makes project environment isolation one of its core features. What this means is that it will always work isolated from your global Python installation. To achieve this, it will first check if it’s currently running inside a virtual environment. If it is, it will use it directly without creating a new one. But if it’s not, it will use one that it has already created or create a brand new one for you.
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  5. Managing dependencies | main | Documentation | ...

    Managing dependencies Dependency groups Poetry provides a way to organize your dependencies by groups. For instance, you might have dependencies that are only needed to test your project or to build the documentation. To declare a new dependency group, use a tool.poetry.group.<group> section where <group> is the name of your dependency group (for instance, test): [tool.poetry.group.test] # This part can be left out [tool.poetry.group.test.dependencies] pytest = "^6.0.0" pytest-mock = "*" Note All dependencies must be compatible with each other across groups since they will be resolved regardless of whether they are required for installation or not (see Installing group dependencies).
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  6. The pyproject.toml file | 1.7 | Documentation |...

    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 This should be a valid name as defined by PEP 508. name = "my-package" version The version of the package. Required This should be a valid PEP 440 string. version = "0.1.0" Note If you would like to use semantic versioning for your project, please see here. description A short description of the package.
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  7. Community | main | Documentation | Poetry - Pyt...

    Community Badge For any projects using Poetry, you may add its official badge somewhere prominent like the README. Markdown [![Poetry](https://img.shields.io/endpoint?url=https://python-poetry.org/badge/v0.json)](https://python-poetry.org/) reStructuredText .. image:: https://img.shields.io/endpoint?url=https://python-poetry.org/badge/v0.json :alt: Poetry :target: https://python-poetry.
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  8. Commands | main | Documentation | Poetry - Pyth...

    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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  9. FAQ | main | Documentation | Poetry - Python de...

    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, with certain sets 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. Repositories | 1.7 | Documentation | Poetry - P...

    Repositories Poetry supports the use of PyPI and private repositories for discovery of packages as well as for publishing your projects. 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. Private Repository Example Installing from private package sources By default, Poetry discovers and installs packages from PyPI.
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