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Author andymaier
Recipients andymaier, benjamin.peterson, berker.peksag, bgomes, christian.heimes, doko, draghuram, eric.araujo, georg.brandl, lemburg, nir0s, pavel.vinogradov, petr.viktorin, pola, python-dev, sapetnioc, vajrasky, xnox, zooko
Date 2015-12-18.19:36:33
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I appreciate very much what you are doing. I was about to do the same ;-)

I'll review your code shortly. I like the idea to use /etc/os-release, as it has the most complete information. Stay tuned.

Am 6. Dezember 2015 18:12:52 MEZ, schrieb Nir Cohen <>:
>Nir Cohen added the comment:
>I have a premliminary implementation of it:
>Would love some help. It tries to use adhere to the standards
>(os-release first, lsb-release later, then, distro-specific release
>It also returns more types of values then there were before.
>nosy: +nir0s
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2015-12-18 19:36:34andymaiersetrecipients: + andymaier, lemburg, georg.brandl, doko, zooko, draghuram, christian.heimes, sapetnioc, benjamin.peterson, pavel.vinogradov, bgomes, eric.araujo, petr.viktorin, python-dev, pola, berker.peksag, xnox, vajrasky, nir0s
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