On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 9:09 AM, <tritium-l...@sdamon.com> wrote:
> For all intents and purposes other than debugging C (for cpython, rpython
> for pypy, java for jython, .NET for IronPython... you get the idea), the
> extra details are unnecessary to debug most problems. Most of the time it
> is sufficient to know what major, minor, and patchlevel you are using. You
> only really need to know the commit hash and compiler if you are sending a
> bug report about the C... and since you know when you are doing that... I
> don't think its uncalled for to have the one liner.
The compiler information generally reveals the OS as well (if only
accidentally), and the OS is often useful information.
Nathaniel J. Smith -- https://vorpus.org
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