In an effort to avoid the noise, would you be so kind as to point me in the direction of the current way to handle packaging in python? I don't work in Python consistently enough to be up to date on this, but every time I do it's hard for me to suss out the best way to package up and distribute the work for internal end users.
The least worst is https://packaging.python.org/ but it skip major issues I know beginners have (multiple installed Python, path problems, etc), it's not clear what works on what OS. It also promotes pyproject.toml over setup.cfg, and ignore pex and nuikta.
That's one of the numerous short pocket books I should write.
Give me a book deal, I'll do it :)
> not because it's hard, it's really not
> Give me a book deal, I'll do it :)
gave me chuckle. Because they're both true: it's not necessarily hard, and yet despite that it still needs a short book to really tackle the subject. That's such an out of place state for something related to a core component of Python.