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* [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=593069 pynie] - Python 3, on top of the [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/acls/name/parrot Parrot virtual machine]
 
* [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=593069 pynie] - Python 3, on top of the [https://admin.fedoraproject.org/pkgdb/acls/name/parrot Parrot virtual machine]
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=== Packaging Quickstart ===
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If you're just getting started with packaging python modules for Fedora, here's some hints to get you started:
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* The [[Packaging:Guidelines Fedora Packaging Guidelines]] must be followed for any package.  The [[Packaging:Python Python specific guidelines]] are a good starting point.
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* You can generate a spec template for your new python package like this: <pre>yum install rpmdevtools && rpmdev-newspec -t python</pre>.  That will generate a spec file template that is a good starting point to making your package.
  
 
=== Package requests ===
 
=== Package requests ===
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* [http://code.google.com/p/tgscheduler/ tgscheduler] - TurboGears scheduler
 
* [http://code.google.com/p/tgscheduler/ tgscheduler] - TurboGears scheduler
  
=== Packaging Quickstart ===
 
 
If you're just getting started with packaging python modules for Fedora, here's some hints to get you started:
 
 
* The [[Packaging:Guidelines Fedora Packaging Guidelines]] must be followed for any package.  The [[Packaging:Python Python specific guidelines]] are a good starting point.
 
* You can generate a spec template for your new python package like this: <pre>yum install rpmdevtools && rpmdev-newspec -t python</pre>.  That will generate a spec file template that is a good starting point to making your package.
 
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=== Links ===
 
=== Links ===
  

Revision as of 19:32, 4 May 2013


Contents

Python Special Interest Group

A SIG for people who are interested in Python on Fedora. This includes:

Contact Info

Mailing List: [python-devel]
IRC: #fedora-python on irc.freenode.net

Members

Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams
Tim Lauridsen
Paul Nasrat
Toshio Kuratomi
Tejas Dinkar
Aurelien Bompard
José Matos
Michel Salim
Alex Lancaster
Luke Macken
Christos Trochalakis
FelixSchwarz
Dave Malcolm: interested in core Python runtimes and low-level implementation details
Martin Bacovsky
Thomas Spura
Andrew Colin Kissa
Abdel Martínez
Luis Bazán
Bohuslav Kabrda
Ramakrishna Reddy Yekulla
Kushal Das

Python packages awaiting review

Packaging Quickstart

If you're just getting started with packaging python modules for Fedora, here's some hints to get you started:

Package requests

  • Chandler PIM - I don't think it is such hot idea ... upstream is pinning for the fjords, and after couple of years of non-development, it is not that advanced as it used to be.
  • itools - A python library that includes several useful tools, such as an ODF anonymizer that can be used to sanitize confidential documents before attaching them tp bug reports
  • python-multiprocessing - multiprocessing backport useful for EL-5 review request
  • repoze.profile - WSGI profiling middleware
  • tgscheduler - TurboGears scheduler

Links

Python website
Building Python packages
TurboGears
Packaging TurboGears Applications
Packaging Python Eggs
Parallel installable Python26 information (mainly EPEL5).
Unicode in Python, Completely Demystified

Upstream Release Schedules

Python 3.4

Python Features

Future work

Under development (Fedora 18)

Added in Fedora 17

Added in Fedora 16

Added in Fedora 15

Added in Fedora 14

Added in Fedora 13

Added in Fedora 11

Added in Fedora 10

Stalled features

Python Runtimes

Within Fedora:

Within EPEL:


Awaiting review:

Awaiting packaging

Python Compilers

Within Fedora:

  • Package-x-generic-16.pngpyjamas - Python-to-JavaScript compiler, implemented in Python
  • Package-x-generic-16.pngshedskin - Python to C++ compiler (for a subset of Python with "implicit types")