Python developers often create a new virtual environment to separate project dependencies and then manage them with tools such as pip pipenv etc. Poetry is a tool for simplifying dependency management and packaging in Python. This post will show you how to use Poetry to manage your Python projects on Fedora.
Unlike other tools Poetry uses only a single configuration file for dependency management packaging and publishing. This eliminates the need for different files such as Pipfile MANIFEST.in setup.py etc. It is also faster than using multiple tools.
Detailed below is a brief overview of commands used when getting started with Poetry.
If you already use Fedora 32 or above you can install Poetry directly from the command line using this command.
Create a new project using the new command. .
The structure of a project created with Poetry looks like this.
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