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Re: [PATCH] python: Add Python bindings for libgsasl

From: David Michael
Subject: Re: [PATCH] python: Add Python bindings for libgsasl
Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 18:12:42 -0400

On Wed, Jul 1, 2015 at 6:23 PM, Simon Josefsson <address@hidden> wrote:
> David Michael <address@hidden> writes:
>> This change adds a Python module that provides an interface to the
>> main libgsasl functions.  It is compatible with any Python versions
>> 2.6 or later, including Python 3.
> Yay!  Many thanks for this.
>> I needed an easily portable SASL library for Python, so I wrote bindings
>> for libgsasl.  I've used it on various GNU/Linux distros, Hurd, Mac OS
>> X, and Windows.
>> Is there any interest in including the Python module with the upstream
>> project?
> Definitely.  As you discussed with Greg, I believe there are three
> options: 1) distribute separately, 2) distribute it from the same
> repository/tarball as upstream gsasl (i.e., integrate it into the build
> system so that it is installed when you install gsasl), and 3) make it
> part of the upstream project, but have it as two separate deliverables.

Sorry for the long delay in this.  I've sent out a v2 patch that
hopefully addresses most of the comments around the build system.
It's similar to the file/libmagic setup where it distributes an
independent PyPI-compatible module in the library release tars.


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