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RPM: python-module-Pyro

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%define oname Pyro

Name: python-module-%oname
Version: 3.16
Release: alt1
Summary: Python Remote Objects
Group: Development/Python
License: MIT
URL: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Pyro/
Source: Pyro-%version.tar.gz
BuildArch: noarch

BuildPreReq: python-devel
BuildPreReq: python-module-setuptools-tests
%py_requires json wsgiref

%description
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and
powerful Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in
Python, that is designed to be very easy to use. It resembles Java's
Remote Method Invocation (RMI). It has less similarity to CORBA - which
is a system- and language independent Distributed Object Technology and
has much more to offer than Pyro or RMI. But Pyro is small, simple and
free!

%package tests
Summary: Tests for Pyro
Group: Development/Python
Requires: %name = %version-%release

%description tests
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and
powerful Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in
Python, that is designed to be very easy to use. It resembles Java's
Remote Method Invocation (RMI). It has less similarity to CORBA - which
is a system- and language independent Distributed Object Technology and
has much more to offer than Pyro or RMI. But Pyro is small, simple and
free!

This package contains tests for Pyro.

%package examples
Summary: Examples for Pyro
Group: Development/Documentation
BuildArch: noarch

%description examples
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and
powerful Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in
Python, that is designed to be very easy to use. It resembles Java's
Remote Method Invocation (RMI). It has less similarity to CORBA - which
is a system- and language independent Distributed Object Technology and
has much more to offer than Pyro or RMI. But Pyro is small, simple and
free!

This package contains examples for Pyro.

%package docs
Summary: Documentation for for Pyro
Group: Development/Documentation
BuildArch: noarch

%description docs
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and
powerful Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in
Python, that is designed to be very easy to use. It resembles Java's
Remote Method Invocation (RMI). It has less similarity to CORBA - which
is a system- and language independent Distributed Object Technology and
has much more to offer than Pyro or RMI. But Pyro is small, simple and
free!

This package contains documentation for Pyro.

%package pickles
Summary: Pickles for for Pyro
Group: Development/Python

%description pickles
Pyro is an acronym for PYthon Remote Objects. It is an advanced and
powerful Distributed Object Technology system written entirely in
Python, that is designed to be very easy to use. It resembles Java's
Remote Method Invocation (RMI). It has less similarity to CORBA - which
is a system- and language independent Distributed Object Technology and
has much more to offer than Pyro or RMI. But Pyro is small, simple and
free!

This package contains pickles for Pyro.

%prep
%setup

%build
%python_build

%install
%python_install

%check
python setup.py test

%files
%doc LICENSE *.txt
%_bindir/*
%python_sitelibdir/*
%exclude %python_sitelibdir/%oname/test
%exclude %python_sitelibdir/%oname/ext/BasicNTService.py*
%exclude %python_sitelibdir/%oname/ext/ES_NtService.py*
%exclude %python_sitelibdir/%oname/ext/NS_NtService.py*
%exclude %python_sitelibdir/%oname/ext/ServiceTest.py*

%files tests
%python_sitelibdir/%oname/test

%files examples
%doc examples

%files docs
%doc docs/*

%changelog

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mantenedor atual: Michael Shigorin
mantenedor da tradução: Fernando Martini aka fmartini © 2009