By "package management" I've referred to pip or easy_install (not sure if
they're the same) which are the common way to install python libraries.
It would be really great if we could integrate this into our automatic
deployment. Whenever the pip deployment is ready let me know then we can
integrate it in zproject.
2016-10-14 13:48 GMT+02:00 Wes Young <w...@barely3am.com>:
> i started banging away sort of at this:
> these leverage what pyzmq did in terms of “build the C stuff from source
> and embed the .so locally, use the generated c-bindings on top of that”
> (made some patches to zproject to load a local .so properly).
> there’s still a ways to go; but idea being you could get czmq / zyre
> bindings from a pip command (testing that is about where i’m at..)
> also; adds “pyczmq|pyzyre” into the mix as a module so we can build more
> “pythonic” abstractions on top czmq|zyre while still providing the low
> level stuff “as is” (you can still 'import czmq; ..’)
> i’m also assuming by “package management” you’re meaning RPM|PPA, etc..
> but wanted to throw in pip as well.
> > On Oct 14, 2016, at 2:10 AM, Kevin Sapper <kevinsappe...@gmail.com>
> > - As you seem to know python. For our C projects we have binding
> generators for python which work fine but the binding code is currently not
> deployed to a package management system.
> > See zproject  for the binding generator and czmq  as a example for
> the generated bindings.
> > - A consensus implementation might be useful for zyre . Probably as
> another library on top of zyre.
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