Please include scripts under Tools/scripts/, because there is a lot of
stuff needed or being usefully for the work with python. E.g. the Python
Library Reference says at `8.12 fcntl...':
| You can create the modules yourself with the h2py script,
| found in the Tools/scripts/ directory
Wow this is an old one.
Arbitrarily chose to deploy the scripts under
Does that make sense? I can change it if not...
python 2.3.4-5 will have this fixed.
I've browsed both Debian lists and Python-dev. I
think /usr/lib/python2.3/Tools was the eventual consensus. But, I
don't know. I'd rather see if another precedent has been set before
making a plunge into /usr/share. I'll troll around some other
distros to see...
Jeff, thanks for your help. Please move the bug back to ASSIGNED if my
choice was not appropriate.
Here's the lowdown:
Official Python RPM SPEC (Sean's) puts the files
Turbo Linux puts the files in /usr/lib/pythonX.Y/Tools.
Engarde linux also put them in /usr/lib/pythonX.Y/Tools.
Everyone else either does it how Redhat used to or they don't even
package anything from Tools altogether. Suse just packages idle in
python-idle and dumps the rest.
/usr/lib/pythonX.Y/Tools seems to be the precedent python.org is
trying to set. Even though most of these will *not* be "import"ed
into other Python programs, it may do just as well to make them
available here for those that are reading through the documentation.
Pynche, modulator, idle are made to install in site-packages and
reworked from there. So, what's left is a bunch of random sample
programs that people can reference.
It might even do well to bring this up on Python-dev again before
preceding. But, following blindly, it probably should go
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