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Author loewis
Recipients loewis, ned.deily, petri.lehtinen, python-dev, sbt, trent
Date 2012-08-31.14:57:21
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Am 31.08.12 16:40, schrieb Richard Oudkerk:
> I suspect a bigger issue is the fact that *.pyc files cannot be
> written to $(srcdir)/Lib/__pycache__.  This means that to complete
> the build, $(PYTHON_FOR_BUILD) should probably include the -B flag to
> prevent it from trying to write *.pyc files to a read-only location.

Why is that? python will work just fine if it can't write pyc files.

> But that still leaves you with a python which only works with the -B
> flag. Maybe library files could be linked/copied to some writable
> directory early in sys.path.

Just for running I don't see the need for that.
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2012-08-31 14:57:22loewissetrecipients: + loewis, ned.deily, trent, python-dev, sbt, petri.lehtinen
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