Author MartyMacGyver
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Date 2015-04-19.21:14:10
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Thank you. Before going down the road of revising PEP 101 (which appears to be very non-trivial despite the simple (and certainly always present) data involved), I'd like to know: is version information about the pre-compiled Windows binaries (of which this is one) already being captured anywhere else publically visible on a per-release or per-build basis? It's useful that such binaries exist given Windows' unique requirements versus other systems, but are these binaries themselves documented anywhere as they are updated (e.g., how to re-create them)? Such a source of truth would simplify that revision request.
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