I am attempting to understand what a Package Management System. I grasp the main concept of it but I have some queries. Does a package management system install features(compilers, libraries, ...
I have my Python source structured as follows: +-branchname/ +-dst/ +-src/ | +-library/ | | +-cleese/ | | | +-test/ | | | | +-__init__.py | | | | +-test_cleese.py | | | +-__init__.py ...
I've been using Python for a while now, both in the context of personal and professional projects. One thing that occured to me recently is that I had never thought about a good way to deploy Python ...
Whenever you do "from 'x' import 'y'" I was wondering which one is considered the 'module' and which is the 'package', and why it isn't the other way around?
I've read recently some criticism (see 1, 2, 3) about the packaging distribution system of two popular programming languages: Ruby gems and Python eggs. The most important argument stated against them ...