After way too long I made a real release of FormEncode. Hopefully I didn't forget anything; but if I did I'll just make another release, not that big a deal. SQLObject is going to depend on FormEncode, because sqlobject.includes.validators was always just an expedient fork of FormEncode. Peter Hunt supplied a patch to bring them back together (since he is using both in Subway).
$ svn cp -m "Prepare for release" \ http://svn.colorstudy.com/FormEncode/trunk/ \ http://svn.colorstudy.com/FormEncode/tags/0.2 $ svn co http://svn.colorstudy.com/FormEncode/tags/0.2 FE02 $ cd FE02 # edit setup.cfg to remove these lines; commit: [egg_info] tag_build = dev tag_svn_revision = true # Add to the Cheese Shop (PyPI): $ python setup.py register # Upload package to Cheese Shop: $ python setup.py sdist upload
I'm thinking about making this process a command to setup.py (setuptools makes the commands fairly extensible).
The setup.cfg lines ensure that when you install from the svn trunk you will get a version that looks something like "0.2dev-r1292", even though setup.py still says the version is "0.2".
Also note I used the upload command to upload the file to the Cheese Shop; a fairly recent feature there is a file repository. No more SourceForge file releases for me.