- If this package can be used as a library and installs Python modules
(*.so or *.py) into site-packages directories, then consider supporting
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if this package can support installation for multiple Python versions.
- Ensure that the ebuilds do not use deprecated functions or variables.
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inheriting of python eclass.
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gdb doesnt install any .py files. it merely links against it.
sys-devel/gdb-7.2 fails to build when Python 3.* is set as main active version of Python.
Created attachment 246901 [details]
then post a patch where gdb only requires python-2 in the ebuild. or i can simply change the depend to =dev-lang/python-2*.
the current python.eclass wrongly requires app-admin/eselect-python unconditionally, so inheriting that isnt an option.
Created attachment 246959 [details, diff]
sys-devel/gdb-7.2 is misported to EAPI="3". econf() is called twice.
thanks, that looks good to me