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Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Wichert Akkerman wrote at 2007-9-4 09:12 +0200:
>> Linux distros take an approach that does not fit in the python world
>> though: their meta-set is a release with its own package database. In
>> other words every distribution/meta-set has its own PyPI instance database.
> Not sure that I understand this correctly.
> If I do, then focus on a single distribution, e.g. "Debian edge".
> This should be similar to the one "PyPI" database.
> Now, consider a ".deb" package, similar to one in the "Debian" distro
> but not identical.
> I assume that is about Tres szenario...
Perhaps we need to think of the "known good" set as a "PyPI subset",
which is maintained in the same way that the various Debian distro lists
are: they may end up pulling packages from the same "pool", but they
don't expose versions / packages which have not been "opted in" to the set.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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