[Distutils] Handling the binary dependency management problem
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Wed Dec 4 00:50:03 CET 2013
> well, except that the anaconda index covers non-python projects like "qt",
>> which a private wheel index wouldn't cover (at least with the normal
>> intended use of wheels)
> umm, why not? you couldn't have a pySide wheel???
just saying that the anaconda index literally has packages for "qt" itself,
the c++ library.
and it's pyside packages require that.
my understanding is that you could build a pyside wheel that was statically
linked to qt.
as to whether a wheel could just package "qt". that's what I don't know,
and if it could, the wheel spec doesn't cover that use case.
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