Hi, I'm Daniel Roy Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.

Using Python and Google Docs to Build Books

Monday, May 15, 2017 (permalink)

Python F-Strings Are Fun!

When I started my latest fiction book, The Darkest Autumn, I wrote out the chapters as individual files. I did it in a text editor (Sublime) and saved the files to a git repo. The names of the files determined their order, chapters being named in this pattern:

the-darkest-autumn $ tree ...
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Building Conda Packages for Multiple Operating Systems

Thursday, January 29, 2015 (permalink)

On the Cookiecutter project, recently we added conda to the open source packaging systems we officially support (You can find Cookiecutter on PyPI, homebrew, and apparently some Linux distros).

Creating a conda recipe from a PyPI package

Prequisites:

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Cookiecutter: Project Templates Made Easy

Saturday, August 17, 2013 (permalink)

Yesterday, Jeff Knupp wrote an amazing how-to article called "Open Sourcing a Python Project the Right Way". While I was reading it, I was rather pleased by just how close it is to my own practices. Considering Jeff's amazing Writing Idiomatic Python, it meant I was on the right ...

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