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.

-n

-- 
Nathaniel J. Smith -- https://vorpus.org
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