I looked all around the bug tracker to try to add a comment and a thank you
for providing it, but I could not even find a login button or if I were
even logged in...
My issues that I was having regarding the command hooks is now fixed and
working perfectly for me! I am so excited and grateful for this patch...
One of the developers had made some incredible changes, but I was not able
to even run them as I was plagued by this bug until now... Do you know
when it will be committed into the DistUtils2-1.0 code base?
I am running Fedora Core rawhide/Fc18.x86_64, and it works wonderful for
Rob G. Healey
As we get ever closer to the Python 3.3 beta, we need to ensure that all the
functionality we'd like to see in 3.3 is ready for inclusion.
One set of functionality is built-in virtual environments, as proposed by PEP
405 (Python Virtual Environments). There's a reference implementation , which
seems to work pretty well; but the PEP has some open issues which someone on
this list may be able to comment on. I'm particularly interested to hear what
functionality is needed in the area of include files for C extensions. If you
could look at the open issue on this  and give some feedback, that would be
great. If you have the time to check out the reference implementation as a
whole, then general comments on that would also be much appreciated - for
example, it contains (though not part of PEP 405) packaging-related
enhancements, e.g. code to handle extensible categories for setup.cfg
(http://bugs.python.org/issue12393) and script generation
Thanks and regards,