[Python-Dev] Python in next Windows 10 update

Ivan Pozdeev vano at mail.mipt.ru
Wed May 22 18:14:23 EDT 2019

On 22.05.2019 23:52, Steve Dower wrote:
> On 22May2019 1309, Ivan Pozdeev via Python-Dev wrote:
>> As someone whose job is to diagnose and fix problems with running software:
>> Are there patches in your release? Do you provide corresponding sources and debug symbols for it?
> You can find the sources at https://github.com/python/cpython :)
For Anaconda, this is not so, they apply private patches. So I had to make sure.

> I'm working on getting debug symbols packaged for the next release, but once I do that they'll be exactly the same binaries as in the 
> traditional installer on python.org. (Right now they are two separate builds of the same source.)
> The package on the Store is not a Microsoft build or release of Python - it's published by whoever the Windows build manager is at the 
> time. Just to be confusing, it's me right now, but the actual install is not owned or managed by Microsoft - just endorsed and linked.
> Cheers,
> Steve


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