[pkg-ggz-maintainers] Problem with ggz-python
peter_e at gmx.net
Sun Sep 3 21:24:55 UTC 2006
Josef Spillner wrote:
> The attached patch backports some stuff from 0.0.14, and changes
> site-python to python2.4/site-packages. This means we must depend on
> python (>= 2.4).
I don't think hardcoding the python version is a good idea. It may even
not work at all, seeing that you use #!/usr/bin/env python, which may
not point to 2.4. You can get the right python version like so:
python -c 'import sys; print sys.version[:3]'
> The site-python directory is still the default for compilation from
> source. Future releases will separate private python modules (e.g.
> from ggzboard) from public ones (e.g. ggz* wrappers and what is in
> the lib/ directory). Until then, the patch is hopefully enough.
Well, there is still a bunch of garbage in the diff and a couple of
other issues like script-with-language-extension and
binary-without-manpage. Looking at all these problems together, I
don't feel inclined to upload the ggz-python package in this state.
Either you want to get involved in major fixing, or we wait for 0.0.14.
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