[pypy-dev] Fork lib and pythonpath?
pedronis at bluewin.ch
Mon Mar 3 11:42:23 CET 2003
> The only other alternative is to insert something into pythonpath before any
> of the standard entries so we can stub stuff in there.
that's how we develop in Jython
> Still, if the
> ultimate goal is to have a standalone pypy interpreter, we're going to need
> to fork sooner or later.
I don't think that's absolutely necessary.
> Sooner will allow us to flush out some
> unanticipated dependancies in the early stages.
> Of course the downside of doing this is that someone will need to monitor
> CPython's lib directory and port patches across. It might be a little time
> consuming, but for now the patches on python-commit should be able to be
> applied easily.
with Jython we have some modules (a small number apart all the built-ins one)
that are different from CPython:
for the rest when developing we setup the path such that our modules override
those in an installed CPython, when we build a distribution we copy the shared
modules and merge them with ours in one directory (tree) and then we distribute
our modules plus the shared ones.
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