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Author doko
Recipients doko
Date 2014-05-06.12:57:27
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what happens here:

PYTHONPATH=$(pwd) python3.4 -X faulthandler -S -m compileall
Skipping current directory
Listing '/home/packages/python/3.4/x'...
Compiling '/home/packages/python/3.4/x/'...
Listing '/usr/lib/python3.4/'...
Listing '/usr/lib/python3.4/plat-x86_64-linux-gnu'...
Listing '/usr/lib/python3.4/lib-dynload'...

so even when overwriting PYTHONPATH, the standard locations are searched and tried to compile, which fails when these are read only.

Is this behaviour expected?

The tests itself can be fixed by passing the the test directory as an argument, as done in other tests too.
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