[Distutils] setuptools and python-2.3.4
krokodylek at tenbit.pl
Thu Aug 24 22:39:02 CEST 2006
Thank you for your response :-)
Are python eggs "modules in a zip file"? I'm asking because trac plugins
build such eggs...
Phillip J. Eby napisa?(a):
> At 04:46 PM 8/24/2006 +0000, krokodylek at tenbit.pl wrote:
>> Hi :-)
>> I want to use some plugins for Trac, which come in source code and
>> require setuptools for install. The server with Trac is running on
>> Fedora Core 3 and has python 2.3.4 (tha latest packaged version for
>> the system)
>> I've visited setuptools' website
>> (http://peak.telecommunity.com/DevCenter/setuptools) and it says in
>> couple of places that the minimal requirement is python 2.3.5... I
>> want to ask if any of you know it is safe to use setuptools with
>> python-2.3.4? As far as I know 2.3.5 is "only" a bugfix release...
> 2.3.5 has a bug fix for the use of reload() with modules contained in
> zip files, so it's recommended. However, if you never use reload() with
> a module that might be in a zip file, you can probably get away with 2.3.4.
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