setup.pywithin the root directory template (not the project that is created). I imagine that this is so that Cookiecutter templates can be uploaded to PyPI, but I'm not sure what the purpose of this would be. As far as I can see in the documentation, I've only seen examples using Cookiecutters that are stored locally or in some type of repo like GitHub. But can you also
pip install cookiecutter-pypackage 0.1.0and use it that way as well?
setup.pyfile that is in the generated repo, but rather in the root directory of the Cookiecutter itself. Specifically this file: https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage/blob/master/setup.py
setup.pywithin the root directory of Cookiecutter? e.g., https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage/blob/master/setup.py
I submitted this pull request that adds a list command line option, it lists locally available templates: audreyr/cookiecutter#1096
I'm wondering if I can get some feedback on it.
git init, git add, git committo include all files generated by cookiecutter in the first commit...