Author pitrou
Recipients brian.curtin, loewis, ocean-city, pitrou, tim.golden
Date 2010-09-21.15:21:28
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> Well, I noticed py3k_openssl.patch can suppress rebuild
> of OpenSSL nicely, but from IDE, _ssl and _hashlib
> are always rebuilt. It doesn't take so much time though.
> With py3k_openssl_v2.patch, we can supress OpenSSL and
> python project rebuild nicely, but we cannot rebuild
> _ssl and _hashlib from IDE after OpenSSL sources are
> modified. We need to call "python_d ..."
> manually.

I think it's better to rebuild everytime than have to invoke a console
command manually.
Also, as you say, building _ssl and hashlib is fast. The problem with
rebuilding OpenSSL is that it's very slow.
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