How to turn a package into something pip can install
On 16/02/2014 15:20, MRAB wrote:
> On 2014-02-16 15:06, Mark Lawrence wrote:
>> On 16/02/2014 14:25, Roy Smith wrote:
>>> We tend not to upgrade stuff unless there's a good reason to. You never
>>> know what will break (looking furtively in the direction of the Python
>>> 3.x mafiosi).
>> Yeah, those really unpleasant, nasty, horrible mafiosi who have the
>> audacity to point out that people have only been given seven (ish) years
>> so far to plan and implement their upgrades. Then the mafiosi further
>> complain when people ask if they can have a Python 2.8 to help plan and
>> implement their upgrades. Yep, this mafiosi mob really do have a lot to
>> answer for. Not.
> And, what's more, this mafiosi mob cruelly continues to provide the
> previous releases on its website free of charge, including all the
> source code.
The obligatory "And apart from that, what have the mafiosi ..." :)
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