Build and Publish#
If you are developing a library, after adding dependencies to your project, and finishing the coding, it's time to build and publish your package. It is as simple as one command:
This will automatically build a wheel and a source distribution(sdist), and upload them to the PyPI index.
To specify another repository other than PyPI, use the
--repository option, the parameter can be either the upload URL or the name of the repository stored in the config file.
Publish with trusted publishers#
You can configure trusted publishers for PyPI so that you don't need to expose the PyPI tokens in the release workflow. To do this, follow the guide to add a publisher and write the GitHub Actions workflow as below:
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Build and publish separately#
You can also build the package and upload it in two steps, to allow you to inspect the built artifacts before uploading.
There are many options to control the build process, depending on the backend used. Refer to the build configuration section for more details.
The artifacts will be created at
dist/ and able to upload to PyPI.