Meeting minutes - today's Env-and-Stacks WG meeting (2013-11-19)
a.badger at gmail.com
Mon Nov 25 17:51:27 UTC 2013
On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 07:27:47AM -0500, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
> So to get back to your question:
> - I'd like the WG to think about how we could support building extension packages for multiple interpreters of dynamic languages - e.g. Python+PyPy+Jython, Ruby+JRuby+Rubinius (this will probably need to be coordinated with FPC).
Some relevant information for multiple python interpreters:
With Alex Gaynor's input I'm thinking that we probably have two choices
in this area:
1) Separate (sub)packages. Similar to what python2, python3, and python26
in EPEL5 stacks are doing. Precedent wise, this likely makes the most sense.
2) Move to something like Debian does but maybe with less symlinks and
maybe build-time instead of run-time .pyc creation. dmalcolm rejected
the Debian approach as too hacky. To me it's a bit too complex for what
it enables. But perhaps the implementation could be simplified and made
suitable for use in Fedora. This would be a big departure from the past
and would affect the main python stack as well as alternate interpreters
so it is a much bigger and time consuming task to enable than the first
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