This always happens to me as a neophyte programmer. I devise a way to handle some meta-feature of my code. I can write workable code, but if you stray out of algorithms and best practices, and ask for advice from CodeReview it's flagges as off-topic. I guess I'm falling foul of the the rule to exclude high-level questions:
Higher-level architecture and design of software systems We review code, not concepts, diagrams, or outlines. Whiteboard-style questions may be suitable on Software Engineering if they are specific.
I believe my code issue is specific, but I don't know what I don't know (and as I mentioned in the OP, I only recently learned about the Python best practice to put the module code in a sub-folder of
setup.py). The code would run if you had the
setup.py, and modules that did something, so there could be specific answers.
Is my question about structuring Python Click script redeemable for Software Engineering?
Python main + module structure to answer, What should module function return?