1#!/usr/bin/env python
2
3## NOTE: ##
4## this setup.py was generated by zero2pypi:
5## http://gfxmonk.net/dist/0install/zero2pypi.xml
6
7from setuptools import *
8setup(
9	packages = find_packages(exclude=['test', 'test.*']),
10	description='coloured output for nosetests',
11	entry_points={'nose.plugins.0.10': ['NOSETESTS_PLUGINS = rednose:RedNose']},
12	install_requires=['setuptools', 'python-termstyle >=0.1.7'],
13	long_description="\n**Note**: This package has been built automatically by\n`zero2pypi <http://gfxmonk.net/dist/0install/zero2pypi.xml>`_.\nIf possible, you should use the zero-install feed instead:\nhttp://gfxmonk.net/dist/0install/rednose.xml\n\n----------------\n\n=========\nrednose\n=========\n\nrednose is a `nosetests`_\nplugin for adding colour (and readability) to nosetest console results.\n\nInstallation:\n-------------\n::\n\n\teasy_install rednose\n\t\nor from the source::\n\n\t./setup.py develop\n\nUsage:\n------\n::\n\n\tnosetests --rednose\n\nor::\n\n\texport NOSE_REDNOSE=1\n\tnosetests\n\nRednose by default uses auto-colouring, which will only use\ncolour if you're running it on a terminal (i.e not piping it\nto a file). To control colouring, use one of::\n\n\tnosetests --rednose --force-color\n\tnosetests --no-color\n\n(you can also control this by setting the environment variable NOSE_REDNOSE_COLOR to 'force' or 'no')\n\n.. _nosetests: http://somethingaboutorange.com/mrl/projects/nose/\n",
14	name='rednose',
15	py_modules=['rednose'],
16	url='http://gfxmonk.net/dist/0install/rednose.xml',
17	version='0.4.1',
18classifiers=[
19		"License :: OSI Approved :: BSD License",
20		"Programming Language :: Python",
21		"Programming Language :: Python :: 3",
22		"Development Status :: 4 - Beta",
23		"Intended Audience :: Developers",
24		"Topic :: Software Development :: Libraries :: Python Modules",
25		"Topic :: Software Development :: Testing",
26	],
27	keywords='test nosetests nose nosetest output colour console',
28	license='BSD',
29)
30