Author bmwiedemann
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Date 2019-03-15.08:58:26
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unreproducible .pyc files are still one of the major headaches for my work on openSUSE reproducible builds.

There is also one aspect where i586 builds end up with different .pyc files than x86_64 builds. And then we randomly chose one of them for our "noarch" python module packages and hope they work everywhere (including on arm and s390 architectures).

So is someone working towards a concept that makes it is possible to create the same .pyc files anywhere?
Can I help something there?
Is there an ETA?
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