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PyPi licenses?

Lars Skjærlund
Does anybody know how to get Artifactory to read Python licenses?

I've created a test-wheel and pushed it to a PyPi repository hosted on Artifactory. I was hoping that Artifactory would find the license - but it won't.

First, I did The Right Thing (tm): I added the license to the package classifiers. Artifactory finds the classifier - but doesn't regard it as a license:



Next I added the license to the setup information. Artifactory finds it - but doesn't regard it as a license:



Finally, I added a LICENSE.txt to the root of the package. Artifactory finds it - but doesn't regard it as a license:



Unfortunately, despite all these attempts, Artifactory still claims:



Needless to say, scanning the archive doesn't help.

How do you make Artifactory scan licenses - and how do you make Artifactory scan licenses of public PyPi packages?

Wasn't license scanning supposed to be one of the selling points of the commercial edition?

Regards,
Lars