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Author jakirkham
Recipients amacd31, christian.heimes, jakirkham, jan-xyz, matan1008, methane, ronaldoussoren
Date 2021-06-24.20:15:36
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Not following. Why would it break? Presumably once one builds Python for a particular OS they keep there (like system package managers for example).

Or alternatively they build on a much older OS and then deploy to newer ones. The latter case is what we do in conda-forge (Anaconda does the same thing). We also build our own OpenSSL so have control of that knob too. Though I've seen application developers do similar things.

Do you have an example where this wouldn't work? Maybe that would help as we can define a better solution there.
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