How to Build Applications Linux Distributions will Package (#78)
Toshio E Kuratomi (28.Mar.2009)
Talk at PyCon 2009 (English - US)
If you've ever created a nifty application that makes people's lives easier you know the truly hard part is convincing others to use it. One way to increase the number of people installing your software is to convince Linux distributions to package your software so that their e nd users can install by using the system tools they're used to. One way of convincing them is by making your application easy to package.This pre sentation shows you one way to use Paver (http //www.blueskyonmars.com/proj ects/paver/) to do just that. It gives you a recipe to make installing you r application in the appropriate filesystem paths easily customized to the needs of the packager.
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