[csw-maintainers] Python 3.x
pfelecan at opencsw.org
Thu Aug 1 18:49:13 CEST 2013
"Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:
> 2013/8/1 Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org>:
>> They have python3 as a prefix when for 2.x they have a naked python
>>>> It seems for python 3, they tried to define a stable ABI / API subset:
>>> My current working assumption is that we will have one module location
>>> for all Python 3 minor versions. It's just the question of figuring
>>> out a way the module build scripts to put files where we want them.
>> We want them in /opt/csw/lib/python3.3 and from the upstream build
>> system is what they do anyway.
> That's what's up for debate. When Python 3.4 comes along, it will be
> backward compatible with Python 3.3. But if we keep modules in
> /opt/csw/lib/python3.3, Python 3.4 will not see them, unless we do
> something. We would either need to patch Python 3.4 to look into the
> 3.3 library directory (Is that good? I think not, it seems ugly. Prove
> me wrong if you wish!), or we will have to rebuild all Python 3
> modules to support 3.3 and 3.4. Why not have a shared Python 3 space
I cannot prove you wrong on an aesthetic consideration... I'm not opposed
to a shared space as per Debian, we already discussed it but stalled on
pre-compiled components, i.e. .pyc and .pyo But, as yourself showed, the
shared space is for compiled stuff.
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