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Il 20/12/2012 15:13, Eric S. Raymond ha scritto:
> Signed-off-by: Eric S. Raymond <e...@thyrsus.com>
Just my two cents.
Isn't it better to have some core Python support inside a "python/"
directory in the git source tree (e.g. e simple python/git.py), and have
*all* python code import that module?
Then you can impose a reasonable version limitation (e.g. Python >= 2.5)
inside that module (and/or inside its setup.py file).
Another advantage is that the python/git.py module can contain some very
base support for interfacing git plumbing commands, instead of having
all internal (and external) modules reinventing the wheel.
I'm writing an external command for Git, and I do plan to write such a
package, so that I don't have to reimplement all the base support in my
command source code.
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