Author Christian.Tismer
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Date 2013-10-18.15:56:02
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> I don't think this is needed. You can walk a tree and call writepy()
> for files and directories which you want.

What exactly do mean by "this" and "needed"?
I cannot see the connection of my initial post and your reply.

Running PyZipFile on a package dir of the standard lib _does_ traverse
the tree, and there is no way to stop it from doing that.
That was the whole point of the issue.
Please correct me if I'm missing something.
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