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On 12/11/2013 11:24 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
Because Python is not small, I would really like to avoid pulling
into the base cloud image until we can move Python 2 out. (Ideally, I'd
like to move Python out _entirely_, but that's a long, long path. )
It looks like policycoreutils-python in Rawhide is now Python 3.
Cloud-init pulls this in because when it moves things around or creates
files, it then runs selinux.restorecon on them.
I don't _really_ want to say that policycoreutils-python should go back to
Python 2, but I don't think everything else is in the cloud image going to
be ready for F21. See the change coordination page for Python3 at
What are the options here? A python 2 module in parallel? Execing
/sbin/restorecon instead of using the bindings? Refactoring the code so
that running restorecon all the time isn't necessary?
That looks like a bug policycoreutils-python is still python2, with support
for python3, but It should not require python3?
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