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import os
import re

from setuptools import setup, find_packages

# Utility function to read the README file.
# Used for the long_description.  It's nice, because now 1) we have a top level
# README file and 2) it's easier to type in the README file than to put a raw
# string in below ...
def read(fname):
    return open(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), fname)).read()

# Read metadata from version file
metadata_file = open(os.path.join(os.path.dirname(__file__), 'dtcwt', '_version.py')).read()
metadata = dict(re.findall("__([a-z]+)__ = '([^']+)'", metadata_file))

setup(
    name = 'dtcwt',
    version = metadata['version'],
    author = "Rich Wareham",
    author_email = "rich.dtcwt@richwareham.com",
    description = ("A port of the Dual-Tree Complex Wavelet Transform MATLAB toolbox."),
    license = "Free To Use But Restricted",
    keywords = "numpy, wavelet, complex wavelet, DT-CWT",
    url = "https://github.com/rjw57/dtcwt",
    packages=find_packages(exclude=["*.tests", "*.tests.*", "tests.*", "tests"]),
    long_description=read('README.rst'),
    classifiers=[
        "Development Status :: 3 - Alpha",
        "License :: Free To Use But Restricted",
        "Programming Language :: Python :: 2",
        "Programming Language :: Python :: 3",
    ],
    package_data = {
        'dtcwt': ['data/*.npz',],
    },

    install_requires=[ 'numpy', 'six', ],

    extras_require={
        'docs': [ 'sphinx', 'docutils', 'matplotlib', 'ipython', ],
        'opencl': [ 'pyopencl', ],
    },

    tests_require=[ 'coverage', ],
)

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