1. Create a repository
Create a directory for your code, initialize it with git and create a basic Poetry setup:
From the Poetry docs:
This command will help you create a pyproject.toml file interactively by prompting you to provide basic information about your package. It will interactively ask you to fill in the fields, while using some smart defaults.
Next step: create a Polylith Workspace.
2. Create a workspace
Ceate a workspace, with a basic Polylith folder structure.
--name (required) the workspace name, that will be used as the single top namespace for all bricks.
Choose the name wisely. Have a look in PEP-423 for naming guidelines.
--theme the structure of the workspace,
loose is the recommended structure for Python.
3. Create a virtual environment
Create a virtual environment for the workspace, by running:
Besides creating a virtual environment, this command will make the virtual environment aware of the
You will find more documentation about the available commands in the commands section.