[csw-maintainers] symptoms for Python 2.6 vs 2.7 incompatibility for binary modules

Peter FELECAN pfelecan at opencsw.org
Sun Aug 11 18:13:35 CEST 2013

"Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:

> 2013/8/9 Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org>:
>> "Maciej (Matchek) Bliziński" <maciej at opencsw.org> writes:
>>> 2013/8/9 Peter FELECAN <pfelecan at opencsw.org>:
>>>> I created this page:
>>>> http://wiki.opencsw.org/python-2-x-multi-versioned-modules
>>>> on which we can list the modules transition to the multi-versioned
>>>> recipe.
>>> This can and should be populated automatically. We can use the REST
>>> API to look for files in specific directories, and list them. I'll see
>>> if I can write such a tool; I'll extend the API if necessary.
>> Great. I must confess that I wasn't very enthusiastic to maintain that
>> page by hand.
> I've just implemented the backend part and the client library method.
> http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/gar/changeset/21707
> An example call using curl:
> curl http://buildfarm.opencsw.org/pkgdb/rest/catalogs/unstable/i386/SunOS5.10/pkgnames-and-paths-by-basedir?basedir=/opt/csw/lib/python;
> echo
> The client library has the new method GetPathsAndPkgnamesByBasedir(),
> it returns a dictionary from package names to the list of files.
> The most rudimentary shell helper would be:
> function pkgs_in_dir() { curl -s
> http://buildfarm.opencsw.org/pkgdb/rest/catalogs/unstable/i386/SunOS5.10/pkgnames-and-paths-by-basedir?basedir=$1
> | python -c "import cjson; import sys; print
> '\n'.join(sorted(cjson.decode(sys.stdin.read())))"; }
> Then you can call it:
> pkgs_in_dir /opt/csw/lib/python2.7

Very nice.

> The query is currently very slow, runs for more than 1 minute. I'll
> see if I can speed it up.

For me is quasi instantaneous.

> I'll leave it to you to dress the returned data structure in the wiki
> syntax to make a table.

That not an issue but I wonder how can I post it to the page that I
created? Manually?

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