[Twisted-Python] RC's of Win32 installers for 2.0.0
corydodt at twistedmatrix.com
Wed Mar 30 16:24:58 EST 2005
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There's nothing wrong with including the .pyc files per se, except they
increase the footprint a fair amount. pyc is cross-platform, cross-machine,
etc. The reason I tried including them is because it makes the install go
faster (no .pyc compile step). If a significant number of people want a
smaller installer, I'll take them out.
Thanks for the report, glad to hear everything's working for you.
Mike Taylor wrote:
| I just tried the python 2.4 installer and everything seemed to work
| fine - am running trial now to make sure.
| One question I had, you are including the .pyc files it looks like. I
| had always thought that wasn't a good thing to do - just curious.
| During the un-install it seems that the site-packages\twisted\test
| directory remained - I'm going to test on a completely clean setup
| later to verify that it wasn't something I had left behind.
| Open Source Applications Foundation (OSAF)
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| On Mar 30, 2005, at 12:26 PM, Cory Dodt wrote:
| These are to be considered "release candidates". Testing is required to
| determine if the installers are good enough to be considered final.
| So please
| try them and report problems. :-)
| This is based on the 2.0.0 final release of Twisted, so the RC
| only applies to the installers themselves.
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