[Python-ideas] bdist naming scheme (compatibility tags) PEP
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Wed Aug 8 15:31:35 CEST 2012
On Aug 8, 2012 5:15 AM, "Daniel Holth" <dholth at gmail.com> wrote:
> Today pypy and CPython's "setup.py bdist" generate the same filename
> but incompatible bdists. This makes it difficult to share both bdists
> in the same folder or index. Instead, they should generate different
> bdist filenames because one won't work with the other implementation.
> This PEP specifies a tagging system that includes enough information
> to decide whether a particular bdist is expected to work on a
> particular Python
Consider using sys.implementation to get name/version. The cache_tag
should be particularly helpful. The 2-character approach for
implementation names requires unnecessary curating.
> Also at
> Thanks for your feedback,
> Daniel Holth
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