[sugar] packaging python
Marco Pesenti Gritti
Tue Mar 6 05:03:39 EST 2007
On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 01:59 -0800, Neal Norwitz wrote:
> On 3/6/07, Marco Pesenti Gritti <mpg at redhat.com> wrote:
> > > Also, for something like PGO, I would make a separate target or two in
> > > the makefile, but it wouldn't be the default target. Is that a
> > > problem? I'm currently thinking about 2 options, make pgo-fast and
> > > make pgo-complete. The fast target would just run python a bit (ie,
> > > use the existing run when building all the modules). The complete
> > > target would run the regression test suite which will take an
> > > additional 5 minutes or so depending on your box.
> > I'm not sure how we want to go about this exactly.
> > Usually we are trying to reuse Fedora packages to avoid additional
> > maintenance work. When the changes are generally useful I think we
> > should just try to get them upstream.
> Agreed. The problem will be that any performance changes will
> probably only be applied to the trunk and not back ported to 2.5. I
> suppose we can deal with that latter. First, I'll work on the items
> you suggest from the other thread we have dealing with performance.
Oh I actually meant Fedora upstream here. If for some reasons we can't
get them there, then I guess we should apply the same criteria of OLPC
customization (i.e. we should verify they actually helps sugar or
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