A wheel is a binary distribution of a Python package that can be installed directly into an environment.
The builder plugin name is
| || ||The version of core metadata to use|
| ||A mapping similar to the forced inclusion option corresponding to data that will be installed globally in a given Python environment, usually under |
| ||A mapping similar to the forced inclusion option corresponding to extra metadata that will be shipped in a directory named |
| || ||Whether or not file names should contain the normalized version of the project name|
| || ||Whether or not on macOS, when build hooks have set the |
Note: The default will become
| ||The latest standardized format|
| ||A wheel that only ships |
Default file selection¶
When the user has not set any file selection options, the project name will be used to determine the package to ship in the following heuristic order:
- Otherwise, every Python package and file that does not start with the word
testwill be included
Reproducible builds are supported.
This is data that can be modified by build hooks.
| ||The full tag part of the filename (e.g. |
| || ||When |
| || ||Whether or not to write metadata indicating that the package does not contain any platform-specific files|
| ||Extra project dependencies|
| ||Additional |
| ||Similar to the |