On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 12:12 PM, Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk> wrote:
>> Given that squeeze is going to install python 2.6 by default, I'd say
>> yes. I guess python-2.5 is going to be around for squeeze, so I'm not
>> sure how severe the problem is. Maybe check with debian-release and/or
>> the python team?
> I believe csound supports Python2.6 just fine.
> What the (Debian) packaging does not support currently is multiple versions
> of Python - so when Debian switches to use Python2.6 by default csound needs
> a binNMU (like a whole bunch of other packages, I guess).
> I agree that the Ubuntu patch seems broken.

> Suggestions to build (not just copy!) for multiple Python versions is much
> appreciated.  An elegant approach can hopefully benefit also other CDBS
> packages using the SCONS build system.

Felipe, Jonas,

as you can see from these logs [1] [2], the extensions don't get
copied, simply they build just against python2.6.
I agree with Jonas, what we need is a way to support multiple versions
of Python.
BTW, I'll drop my changes and sync the package with the next upload.

Alessio Treglia <quadris...@ubuntu.com>
Ubuntu MOTU Developer | Homepage: http://www.alessiotreglia.com
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