[Catalog-sig] PyPI's external packages
tseaver at palladion.com
Mon May 16 02:11:16 CEST 2011
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On 05/13/2011 01:12 PM, exarkun at twistedmatrix.com wrote:
> On 03:21 pm, merwok at netwok.org wrote:
>> Le 12/05/2011 21:04, exarkun at twistedmatrix.com a �crit :
>>> On 03:57 pm, ziade.tarek at gmail.com wrote:
>>>> I'll definitely do something in distutils2 but maybe someone has a
>>>> better idea ?
>>> Make it easier to upload packages to PyPI. For example, [...]
>>> make "upload" work even if the package files exist on
>>> the filesystem somewhere already.
>> You 19re referring to the fact that 1Cupload 1D won 19t push files already
>> present in dist/, right?
> More or less, yes.
>> I don 19t know whether this was a design choice
>> of Martin or merely done for code simplicity, but currently the command
>> will only push files that are products of a command run from the same
>> command line, e.g. 1Csdist upload 1D. If you run 1Csdist and then 1Csdist
>> upload 1D, is the sdist recreated even though there have been no changes
>> to the files?
> Yes, the sdist is recreated.
>> If no, having to run 1Csdist upload 1D is not inefficient, and makes you
>> explicit about the files you want to push, which is IMO good. Do you
>> If yes, I think it 19s a bug.
> I'm not concerned about the efficiency, though. I'm concerned about the
> quality of the build. I want to generate a release, *test it*, and then
> upload it. Being forced to generate it and upload it at the same time
> gets in the way of this.
ISTM that if you run 'python setup.py sdist' a second time and get a
different result (without changing any included files), then you have a
built-in quality problem *in your setup.py.*
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