Re: segfault using python bindings

Subject: Re: segfault using python bindings

Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 22:39:22 +0100

To: David Bremner, Brian May, David Čepelík,


From: Floris Bruynooghe

On Fri 16 Nov 2018 at 06:29 -0400, David Bremner wrote:

> Brian May <> writes:
>> Floris Bruynooghe <> writes:
>>> I've since wondered if just getting them standalone on pypi is perhaps a
>>> useful service in the mean time as it's relatively little effort.  And
>>> if there eventually is a desire again to get them merged in some way
>>> that could still be done.
>> Standalone on pypi would be my preferred option.
>> It is defacto Python standard to refer to all dependancies in something
>> like requirements.txt or Pipfile from pypi.
> As I mentioned last time this was discussed, the python bindings are
> currently more or less a core part of notmuch as both the test
> suite and developement need them.

Sure, I think pypi publishing is orthogonal to this however.  Either or
both versions of the bindings could be published on pypi in addition to
being in the main repo.  As Brian mentions it would improve
discoverability and improves integration on the python side.  There's
even tooling to bundle the library these days with the manylinux1
wheels.  So there's no need to stop anyone who'd like to do this.
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