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Author Aaron.Staley
Recipients Aaron.Staley, alexis, brian.curtin, eric.araujo, georg.brandl, jafo, mhammond, runtux, tarek, techtonik
Date 2012-05-22.02:04:26
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I was looking over this patch (as it relates to my bug report: and noticed that this line:

+        if (not self.distribution.has_ext_modules() and 
+            not self.distribution.has_c_libraries()):
+            basename = "%s.%s" % (fullname, "win32")

I feel it may be better to insert plat_name there if it exists. That way, users can create installers targeted for win-amd64.  Why is this needed for a pure python packages? This bug:
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2012-05-22 02:04:27Aaron.Staleysetrecipients: + Aaron.Staley, mhammond, georg.brandl, jafo, techtonik, tarek, eric.araujo, brian.curtin, alexis, runtux
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