On 3 Feb 2015 23:03, "Honza Horak" <hhorak(a)redhat.com> wrote:
I may be not that good in python slang, so just checking if others
Say I develop a python app on Fedora that requires python modules a, b, c
and I do
it by creating virtualenv in python. Then I use pyospkg and what I
get is RPM that includes app together with a, b and c modules bundled?
I haven't dug into the details as to whether it's an RPM per virtualenv or
a namespaced RPM per package.
On 02/03/2015 09:25 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> Marcus Smith (one of the core pip developers and lead author of
) has started exploring some ideas around a
> possible PyPI build service.
> pyospkg is one of the pieces of that:
> As Marcus himself says, this is vapourware at the moment, but it
> encapsulates a range of ideas that I think are relevant to
> Environments & Stacks. In particular, the notion of building for a
> particular virtual env may help with tooling UX ideas around building
> for particular SCLs.
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