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# coding=utf-8
import setuptools
########################################################################
plugin_identifier = "hd44780"
plugin_package = "octoprint_%s" % plugin_identifier
plugin_name = "OctoPrint-LCD-HD44780"
plugin_version = "0.1"
plugin_description = "Display useful information on a connected HD44780 compatible display."
plugin_author = "Franziska Kunsmann"
plugin_author_email = "hi@kunsmann.eu"
plugin_url = "https://git.kunsmann.eu/kunsi/Octoprint-LCD-HD44780"
plugin_license = "AGPLv3"
plugin_additional_data = []
########################################################################
def package_data_dirs(source, sub_folders):
import os
dirs = []
for d in sub_folders:
folder = os.path.join(source, d)
if not os.path.exists(folder):
continue
for dirname, _, files in os.walk(folder):
dirname = os.path.relpath(dirname, source)
for f in files:
dirs.append(os.path.join(dirname, f))
return dirs
def params():
# Our metadata, as defined above
name = plugin_name
version = plugin_version
description = plugin_description
author = plugin_author
author_email = plugin_author_email
url = plugin_url
license = plugin_license
# we only have our plugin package to install
packages = [plugin_package]
# we might have additional data files in sub folders that need to be installed too
#package_data = {plugin_package: package_data_dirs(plugin_package, ['static', 'templates', 'translations'] + plugin_additional_data)}
#include_package_data = True
# If you have any package data that needs to be accessible on the file system, such as templates or static assets
# this plugin is not zip_safe.
zip_safe = False
# Read the requirements from our requirements.txt file
install_requires = open("requirements.txt").read().split("\n")
# Hook the plugin into the "octoprint.plugin" entry point, mapping the plugin_identifier to the plugin_package.
# That way OctoPrint will be able to find the plugin and load it.
entry_points = {
"octoprint.plugin": ["%s = %s" % (plugin_identifier, plugin_package)]
}
return locals()
setuptools.setup(**params())