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Author jgarver
Recipients jgarver, r.david.murray
Date 2015-08-20.19:36:05
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Thanks for the response and sorry for the mis-read.

In 2.7, I did something like:
python -m compileall -d /runtime/path foo.py

But in 3.4, I get:
-d destdir requires exactly one directory argument

I'm doing this during a build. Then we package the pyc file into a runtime image.

Let me know if I can further help (or confuse).
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