See the section below on Declaring Dependencies for details and examples of the format of this argument.
A dictionary mapping entry point group names to strings or lists of strings defining the entry points.
When you run the If you would like to use a different way of finding tests to run than what setuptools normally uses, you can specify a module name and class name in this argument.
The named class must be instantiable with no arguments, and its instances must support the A list of strings naming resources that should be extracted together, if any of them is needed, or if any C extensions included in the project are imported.
See the section below on Declaring Dependencies for details and examples of the format of this argument.) before processing the rest of the setup script or commands.
This argument is needed if you are using distutils extensions as part of your build process; for example, extensions that process setup() arguments and turn them into EGG-INFO metadata files.
A release number is a series of digits punctuated by dots, such as Once you’ve decided on a version numbering scheme for your project, you can have setuptools automatically tag your in-development releases with various pre- or post-release tags.