alfred at freebsd.org
Sun Jun 28 22:07:56 UTC 2015
On 6/28/15 1:07 AM, Kubilay Kocak wrote:
> On 27/06/2015 9:16 PM, David Naylor wrote:
>> lang/pypy was originally set up to achieve:
>> * building of multiple pypy instances based on different setting (i.e. with
>> or without jit, sandboxing, etc). The port user could define any permutation
>> she desires.
>> * Install in a directory layout more similar to lang/python (i.e. libraries
>> in lib/, include files in include/).
>> I plan to simplify the port by removing the multi-instance support and using
>> the default directory layout of the port. This will fix issues with
>> virtualenv and reduce the learning curve of using/maintaining the port.
>> To this end does anyone:
>> a) use the multi-instance support?
>> b) depend on the current directory layout?
>> Based on feedback I will adapt my plans to simplify.
> Thanks for opening up the question to the list David
> My vote (without my python hat on) would be for lang/pypy being as close
> to the upstream experience (freebsd improvements not withstanding) as
> the possibly by default as that would be my expectation as a user
> knowing nothing else.
> From there work on additions or extensions, possibly as extra (slave)
> ports or something similar
Thanks Koobs & David!
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