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Author movement
Recipients movement, rb, schmir
Date 2008-11-28.15:17:39
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If Ubuntu wants to deliver a static libpython, it also needs to deliver
static versions of the Python modules, or accept that they're not usable
from a static libpython.

It makes no sense at all to mix libpython.a with these .so files. Many of
them declare dynamic dependencies on stuff like or I can't conceive of a scenario where you need a static
libpython AND you're OK with both dlopen() of the Python modules and any
of its dynamic dependencies. What is this case?
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