In a Python project managed with Poetry, you should definitely add the
poetry.lock file to your Git repository. The
poetry.lock file ensures that all project dependencies are specified with fixed versions, providing deterministic builds across different environments.
By including the
poetry.lock file in your repository, you ensure that anyone cloning or checking out your project will have the exact same versions of the dependencies installed. This guarantees that they will have a consistent development environment and can reproduce the same build and execution results.
poetry.lock file also serves as documentation for the specific versions of the dependencies used in your project. This information can be helpful for troubleshooting and debugging purposes.
When working with Poetry, you can also add the
pyproject.toml file to your Git repository. This file contains the project metadata and the dependencies specified in a readable format, giving a high-level overview of your project's requirements.
Including both the
pyproject.toml files ensures that others can easily set up and work with your project while maintaining consistency across different development environments.