[Python-Dev] standard libraries don't behave like standard 'libraries'
naughtysriram at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 12:36:30 CET 2009
> I disagree. It has a package management system for libraries, not for the
> standard libraries. The point is that the Python standard library is
> as part of Python itself, as is e.g. the C++ standard library as part of a
> C++ compiler.
standard libraries i meant the standard libraries used.
and what i asked for is for(in python) both the standard-libraries and the
standard libraries used.
c the term (intra and inter library management) which includes the default
standard libraries and other standard libraries
> ...as in devpacks.org. Please scroll down on that page and read the
> that mentions than any person can upload a package possibly containing
> malware or broken code or whatever.
if you talk about security then nothing is secure for sure!
in PyPI ppl can upload their application as egg.
what if there is another site where only eggs of python.org containing
add-on standard libraries are distributed
and noone is allowed to upload stuff except the python.org or PSF.
> So, you want to make libs that are currently part of the standard library
> external libs available via PyPI? If that is what you want, it would be
> helpful if you provided a reason and also which libraries you're talking
Not exactly via PyPI but something similar to it.
and don't compare C++ with python. both have their own + & -
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