hi folks, we are currently thinking about how to package perl 6 modules, some background and information at https://wiki.debian.org/Perl6PreCompProposal Perl 6 does pre-compile modules on loading, a bit like the .pyc files. So I would be very glad if you could have a quick look at the wiki page above, perhaps you experience could help us. I am also specifically interested in your decision to create the .pyc files at package installation time, rather than at package build time. What was the reason for that? Do you still think it was the right decision? In the case of perl 6 the precompiled files depend on a fairly specific version of the runtime, so we would need to re-build them quite often... thanks robert -- Robert Lemmen http://www.semistable.com signature.asc Description: PGP signature
Package: wnpp Severity: wishlist Owner: Edward Betts
* Package name: braceexpand Version : 0.1.2 Upstream Author : Stanis Trendelenburg * URL : https://github.com/trendels/braceexpand * License : MIT Programming Lang: Python Description : Bash-style brace expansion for Python Implements Brace Expansion as described in bash(1). The braceexpand function returns an iterator over the expansions generated from a pattern. I plan to maintain this package as part of the python modules team. -- Edward.
Hi, In 2016 I've been working on the python-django-adminsortable and python-django-casclient Debian packages; Ondřej Nový also worked on those. I'd like to squash an RC-bug in one of those packages. It seems I've lost my commit-access when these repo's moved from alioth to salsa. Could I (email@example.com) get write access again? I've been told DPMT-membership is what's needed for that. Thanks, Bye, Joost -- 26 Й дамъ вамъ сердце нобо й дꙋхъ нобъ дамъ вамъ, й Ѽимꙋ сердце каменное Ѽ плотн вашеѧ й дамъ вамъ сердце плотѧно, й дхъ мой дамъ въ васъ: --Книга пророка Іеꙁекіилѧ. Глава 36 signature.asc Description: Digital signature