fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Fri Feb 26 00:50:45 CET 2010
On 25/02/2010 23:56, Greg Ewing wrote:
> Barry Warsaw wrote:
>> We discussed this at Pycon and agreed that we will not support
>> deployments by default. The source file must exist or it will be an
>> This does not mean source-less deployments are not possible though. To
>> support this use case, you'd have to write a custom import hook.
> I don't like this idea at all. I object to being forced to
> jump through an obscure hoop to do something that's been
> totally straightforward until now.
I thought we agreed at the language summit that if a .pyc was in the
place of the source file it *could* be imported from - making pyc only
distributions possible. As the pyc files are in the __pycache__ (or
whatever) directory by default they *won't* be importable without the
source files. A pyc only distribution can easily be created though with
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