This is the last post of the trilogy dedicated to how to set up a well structured Python project, developed with professional style, suitable to be used within the context of a Continuous Integration toolchain. This time we focus on how to package all we have done so far as RPM packages, showing how to break down everything into subpackages that also perform post installation tasks.
If you haven't read the previous two posts, you must do it right now since they are requisite to understand this post. In addition to that this post relies onto objects that are being created in the previous posts.
Read them in the following order:
The operating environment used in this post is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 or CentOS 8 - using a different environment may lead to having to adapt or even change things.