I can make a python egg using setuptools:
python setup.py bdist_egg
You shouldn't do this for several reasons
Even if you could manage to do this, it wouldn't work as you'd expect. If the user already had one of the packages inside your egg installed, they would clash, because python eggs don't add additional namespaces.
Also, python eggs are kind of on their way out. If you want to create a binary distribution, you should use the newer python
If you have a project with dependencies, just declare those dependencies in your
setup.py and pip will handle installing them. If you have some dependencies that don't exist on PyPi, or you need a very specific legacy version of a package, just include those packages as a subpackage in your package.
/my_package __init__.py /libs __init__.py /non_pypi_package /legacy_package
And then in your code, instead of importing them as
you would use
from my_package.libs import non_pypi_package