Adam GROSZER wrote:
> Someone releases a new package version and your project just break the
> next day. That's a nightmare.

That shouldn't happen with individual package releases where releases 
are done sensibly.
(ie: if you're going to do a big backwards-incompatible release, let 
people know. If you rely on a package, put in some sensible version 
constraints in your setup.py, if your *project* (rather than your 
packages) is paranoid (and it should be!) then lock the versions you use 
down in something project-specific like a buildout.cfg, if you use buildout.

cheers,

Chris

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