On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 9:25 PM, "Martin v. Löwis" firstname.lastname@example.org:
Am 23.12.2010 20:00, schrieb cool-RR:
I'm making a release of my project today, and I noticed that the MSI created by Python 2.7 when doing `bdist_msi` does not seem to be attached to a specific Python version.
Is it safe to supply it for users of Python 2.5-2.7? (My package is pure-Python.)
Yes, that's the intention. The feature has seen little testing so far, so feedback is welcome.
When uploading to PyPI, I'm forced to choose a single Python version for the MSI.
How so? Because it says that it's needed, or because you get an error message when you specify "any"? If so, what error message exactly?
I tried submitting without a Python version at all. and it gave an error.
Now I did "any Python version," which worked, and I noted in the comments that it's intended for 2.5-2.7. So I guess I'm okay.
Thanks for your help, Ram.