On 09/25/2015 10:04 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 10:10:40AM +0200, Vít Ondruch wrote:
> Also, you might consider to ship the precompiled bytecode just
> optionally, using recommends.
> On contrary, if you insist on shipping the bytecode, why you don't drop
> the .py files? I see a lot of duplication all around python packages ....
Wait, we can do that? Why don't we?
Everything I see in online discussion is centered on, basically,
transparency. But we wouldn't be doing it for obfuscation. The srpms
would still be there, and for that matter we could ship the .py files
in a subpackage.
I wondered how much of a saving it'd be: I have around 250 python
packages installed (plus python code from assorted other packages, of
The total size of .py files on my system is 320MB! There are even 24 .py
files that are larger than 500kB (mostly from third party packages, like
e.g. gnuradio, freecad).