[Python-Dev] __pycache__ creation
barry at python.org
Tue Mar 23 23:37:16 CET 2010
On Mar 22, 2010, at 09:47 PM, Martin v. Löwis wrote:
>Therefore, I'm in favor of having it on by default. If certain use cases
>make it problematic (e.g. Apache creating directories which you then
>cannot delete), there should be a way to turn it *off*. Perhaps the
>existing machinery to turn of byte code generation at all might be
That's what I'm thinking. Of course it will always be possible to run
compileall and get the __pycache__ directories pre-created, presumably with
the right umask.
>As for the original question (funny umasks), I think my proposal is
>"tough luck". Don't try to be super-smart; as Antoine explains, it gets
>worse, not better. If the user has arranged that Python will create
>unusable directories, the user better changes his setup.
I completely agree; +1
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