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On 12/10/2017 04:26 PM, Ian Bruene wrote:<br>
12/10/2017 10:52 AM, Eric S. Raymond wrote:<br>
<pre wrap="">Do you understand the problem well enough that you could specify an upstream fix?
I'm not yet certain whether python or the distributions have
jurisdiction here. Earlier comments from rlaager suggest that it
is the distributions. Working on getting an error specification...<br>
After reviewing the bits of data among the arguments again, yes,
python paths are controlled by the distribution.<br>
Breakage I know of well enough to specify:<br>
* Fedora does not have /usr/local/ in its path<br>
* Ubuntu 17.04 (mine) does not include /usr/local/lib/python3 is its
path. Unfortunately python tells it to install there, instead of
python3.5 / 3.6 / etc<br>
So how does this work? Just hunt down each distribution that has a
path problem and file a bug report?<br>
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