baptiste13z at free.fr
Mon Mar 1 08:25:08 CET 2010
Brett Cannon a écrit :
> However, making a difference between zipimport and the filesystem
> importer means the application will stop working if I unzip the
> library zip file, which is surprising. Unzipping the zip file can be
> handy when debugging a bug caused by a forgotten module.
> Is it really that hard to unzip a bunch of .pyc files, modify what you
> need to, and then zip it back up? And if you are given a zip file of
> only .pyc files you can't really debug anything anyway.
Well, this is a micro-use-case, I admit, I only mention it because it's
something I've really done. It's only useful for debugging the building process,
not the application (so I do have the source at hand), and the only reason for
not rezipping is to test more quickly. I can definitely live without it!
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