skbuild.utils package

This module defines functions generally useful in scikit-build.

class skbuild.utils.Distribution(script_name)

Bases: tuple

script_name

Alias for field number 0

class skbuild.utils.PythonModuleFinder(packages, package_dir, py_modules, alternative_build_base=None)[source]

Bases: build_py

Convenience class to search for python modules.

This class is based on distutils.command.build_py.build_by and provides a specialized version of find_all_modules().

check_module(module, module_file)[source]

Return True if module_file belongs to module.

find_all_modules(project_dir=None)[source]

Compute the list of all modules that would be built by project located in current directory, whether they are specified one-module-at-a-time py_modules or by whole packages packages.

By default, the function will search for modules in the current directory. Specifying project_dir parameter allow to change this.

Return a list of tuples (package, module, module_file).

find_package_modules(package, package_dir)[source]

Temporally prepend the alternative_build_base to module_file. Doing so will ensure modules can also be found in other location (e.g skbuild.constants.CMAKE_INSTALL_DIR).

skbuild.utils.distribution_hide_listing(distribution)[source]

Given a distribution, this context manager temporarily sets distutils threshold to WARN if --hide-listing argument was provided.

It yields True if --hide-listing argument was provided.

skbuild.utils.mkdir_p(path)[source]

Ensure directory path exists. If needed, parent directories are created.

skbuild.utils.parse_manifestin(template)[source]

This function parses template file (usually MANIFEST.in)

class skbuild.utils.push_dir(directory=None, make_directory=False)[source]

Bases: ContextDecorator

Context manager to change current directory.

skbuild.utils.to_platform_path(path)[source]

Return a version of path where all separator are os.sep

skbuild.utils.to_unix_path(path)[source]

Return a version of path where all separator are /