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Author eric.araujo
Recipients ShuaibKhan, eric.araujo, neologix, rpetrov, skrah, tarek
Date 2011-10-31.16:32:48
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> Here's the error message:
> error: File not found: /tmp/tmpsga9lh/foo/build/bdist.linux-i686/rpm/BUILDROOT/foo-0.1-1.i386/usr/local/lib/python3.3/site-packages/foo.pyc

Thanks.  Some rpm tool is looking for byte-compiled files in the old location, but I’ve fixed sdist (used under the cover by bdist_rpm) recently to use __pycache__ directories.  There must be some other code path that reports wrong locations for byte-compiled files, similar to the get_outputs methods that I fixed in another commit, but I’m unable to find it right now.  I’ll try to install Fedora in a VM when I get more time.
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