I just finished packaging of 15 634 python3-* packages for Fedora.
You can click on Builds and Monitoring tab. But be aware that those
pages are HUGE (40MB) and they are loading and rendering several
minutes. Tab "Packages" is timeouting and this will be fixed in next
I am now building python2-* packages too:
This is only for rawhide and for statistic purposes, but there will be
more. Read on.
Once the build of python2-* packages will finish, I gather the data and
build those packages once again in other project. Packages which
succeeded in both PyPI2 and PyPI3 projects will be build with both
python2-* and python3-* subpackages. Everything else will be build with
only one subpackage.
Why I am doing this?
Because I can. :) While I can imagine several obvious scenarios how this
can help Fedora users, I anticipate there are some use cases which I can
not imagine now, and which will surprise me for sure.
Why I'm writing this?
This projects is not yet finished. But this is first result, which can
be used/tested/remixed. Once this rebuilds for all Fedoras and Epels
will be finished I will announce it to Fedora users. But right now I'm
focused on you - developers.
These packages were automatically generated by pyp2rpm. They may work
(or not). So you can create some (automated) tests which can test
functionality of all those packages. You can look why your favorite
module failed (there is still 50k packages which are failing to build
now) and suggest improvements to pyp2rpm:
Or come with something else which can raise the quality of those
packages. The future is open and waiting for your ideas.
If you have any question or idea (anything missing in our API of CLI
tools?), do not hesitate to contact me.