On 30. 01. 20 16:52, Pat Riehecky wrote:
On 1/30/20 9:47 AM, Miro Hrončok wrote:
> On 30. 01. 20 16:44, Pat Riehecky wrote:
>> While I lack good answers, perhaps another question. What a the thoughts on
>> using python `.pth` files for python modules that work in multiple interpreters?
>> In theory this would permit bit for bit identical libraries in multiple
>> interpreters at once?
> Where would you put the files on the filesystem level?
> How would we handle different bytecode caches and extension modules?
Perhaps something like /usr/lib/python-epel? I thought python 3.6+ used the
__pycache__ directory that was able to distinguish between the various python
Yes, but do we always ship all possible versions?
I believe extension modules must be compiled for a specific
could be wrong there... I don't recall ever building one myself.
That is the case, exactly.