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Re: when and why did python(-minimal) become essential?

* Matt Zimmerman:

> One of the appealing things about the Python language is their "batteries
> included" philosophy: users can assume that the standard library is
> available, documentation and examples are written to the full API, etc.

Would this really be a problem if the minimal Python implementation
does not install an interpreter under /usr/bin?

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