Edit Package python-vcversioner

Use version control tags to discover version numbers

Elevator pitch: you can write a setup.py with no version information
specified, and vcversioner will find a recent, properly-formatted
VCS tag and extract a version from it.

It’s much more convenient to be able to use your version control
system’s tagging mechanism to derive a version number than to have
to duplicate that information all over the place. I eventually ended
up copy-pasting the same code into a couple different setup.py files
just to avoid duplicating version information. But, copy-pasting is
dumb and unit testing setup.py files is hard. This code got factored
out into vcversioner.

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COPYING 0000000753 753 Bytes almost 6 years
python-vcversioner-rpmlintrc 0000000089 89 Bytes about 4 years
python-vcversioner.changes 0000001236 1.21 KB over 1 year
python-vcversioner.spec 0000002293 2.24 KB over 1 year
test_vcversioner.py 0000015113 14.8 KB over 1 year
vcversioner-2.16.0.0.tar.gz 0000009024 8.81 KB almost 6 years
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