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Author Claudiu.Popa
Recipients Claudiu.Popa, Sworddragon
Date 2013-11-21.22:17:21
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Here's a patch which adds support for controlling the maxlevels on command line. Currently, compileall uses a binary choice, either we don't process subdirectories or we process at most 10 subdirectories. This seems to be the case since its inception, in 
1828 (b464e1d0b2fb) New way of generating .pyc files, thanks to Sjoerd.
Guido van Rossum <>
1994-08-29 10:52:58 +0000 (1994-08-29)

The patch adds a new command option, -r, where `-r 0` is equivalent to specifying -l. I guess we can't modify -l to actually control the maxlevels, due to backward compatibility concerns.
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