3.2 Listing individual modules

For a small module distribution, you might prefer to list all modules rather than listing packages--especially the case of a single module that goes in the ``root package'' (i.e., no package at all). This simplest case was shown in section ; here is a slightly more involved example:

py_modules = ['mod1', 'pkg.mod2']
This describes two modules, one of them in the ``root'' package, the other in the pkg package. Again, the default package/directory layout implies that these two modules can be found in mod1.py and pkg/mod2.py, and that pkg/__init__.py exists as well. And again, you can override the package/directory correspondence using the package_dir option.

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