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A repo where put Python scripts installable in LibTerm

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LibTerm-Packages

LibTerm has a package manager. You can submit your all commands by opening a pull request.

Contributing

All commands are written in Python 3.7. For submitting your command (you can only submit commands), you have to put your main Python script and other modules inside a zip file. The name of the command will be the name of the script.

Example

command_name.py

import amodule

print(amodule.str)

amodule.py

str = "Hello World!"

The name of the command will be

command_name
. Zip all files into a zip file. The name of the zip file will be used for installing the package. If the file is called
command_name.zip
, the user can install the command by typing
package install command_name
.

Submit a pull request containing the zip file.

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