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Author doko
Recipients doko
Date 2010-03-14.19:41:29
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when byte-compiling files in a deb/rpm package distributed e.g. in a Linux distribution, it is sometimes wanted to only touch the files found in the deb/rpm, which can be a subset of the files in a directory. the attached patch now lets compileall accept files as arguments as well and adds the recognition of @<filelist> and @- to expand the arguments with the contents of the file (@- meaning to read for stdin). Is this ok for 2.7, and a port of that to 3.2?
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2010-03-14 19:41:33dokosetrecipients: + doko
2010-03-14 19:41:33dokosetmessageid: <1268595693.34.0.197672043314.issue8140@psf.upfronthosting.co.za>
2010-03-14 19:41:31dokolinkissue8140 messages
2010-03-14 19:41:31dokocreate