lost interest?

Andrew Kuchling akuchlin at mems-exchange.org
Tue Dec 11 17:47:42 CET 2001


Skip Montanaro <skip at pobox.com> writes:
> CPAN is marvelous.  The way the Perl and Python communities operate, it
> fills a niche perfectly in the Perl world, but I think would be a bit of a
> solution looking for a problem in the Python world.

Also, those of us using Debian already have dependency information for
Python modules through apt.  It's not much fun to do a lot of work
implementing a parallel Python solution that will still be less
functional, as apt will also handle dependencies on non-Python
software or libraries, a difficult task for a Python-only system.
Switching to Debian has neatly killed my urge to work on a catalog.

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