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Re: Python related changes for unstable/squeeze

Le mardi 17 février 2009 à 22:06 +1100, Felipe Sateler a écrit :
> Josselin Mouette wrote:
> > "XS-Python-Version: current" means the following: even if several Python
> > versions are available, the module will only be built for the default
> > version. *This declaration has nothing to do with the supported Python
> > versions.* If we really needed it, it should go in another field.
> I'm not sure what you mean. If a module is only built for one version, then the
> other versions are not supported. Or by supported you mean that the module
> would eventually work with another python version if compiled for it?

Yes, and actually it *will* work with another Python version when it
becomes the default. The fact that it is only built for the default
version is a detail of the build system, and it has nothing to do with
the list of supported versions.

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