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py co commit

November 10, 2018

Inspired by npx-co-commit, I made py co commit for people who want to share the credit of a commit with their team and have it displayed on Github.

If you have a pure Python project, you might not want to have a full NodeJS install on your machine. You can just install this package in your project virtualenv and voilà.

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