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Created attachment 278735 [details, diff]
+ python_set_active_version 2
since you have checks for python_set_active_version to be run only in pkg_setup, you export (?) python_pkg_setup, why not adding a variable so that python_pkg_setup would call python_set_active_version if its set and simplify ebuilds ?
OTOH, this ebuild doesnt seem to reach the case where python_pkg_setup is exported, so why adding a call to it now ?
(In reply to comment #3)
You can skip calling python_pkg_setup() in this case.
In CVS now.