Can you elaborate on that use case? Which two applications are you thinking of, and what was your goal in driving them? This sounds interesting but I haven’t encountered this myself.
Le 18/06/2021 à 08:50, Paul Moore a écrit :
> IMO it doesn't. However for certain applications (the sort of thing I
> was referring to) - where the user is writing their own scripts and
> the embedding API is used merely to expose an interface to the Python
> language, dynamically linking to whatever version of Python the user
> has installed can be precisely the right thing to do - the user gets
> access to the version of the language they expect, the installed
> packages they expect to see, etc.
As a user, I second this. When trying to drive applications from the
outside (as opposed to extending them through plugins), it is annoying
when two applications won't work together because each one insists on
using its own vendored python.
Of course, there are often real blockers, such as incompatible event
loops. But not always…
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