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Re: Patch Pycrypto for standalone installers?
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Gordon Tyler wrote:
> On 17/12/2009 8:49 PM, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
>> #1) The new way of doing it in Pycrypto is still 'beta' and so there
>> aren't even packages you can install using "easy_install pycrypto" (I
>> would guess you could download the tarball and install from source.)
>> But do you *really* want to ship the 'beta' version of a crypto library
>> with the rest of your code?
> I bundled PyCrypto 2.1.0 in with the Mac installer for 2.1.0b4. The
> 2.0.3 installer still uses PyCrypt 2.0.1. Should I not be using PyCrypto
Well, we can find out. :)
I *believe* that the deprecation warnings won't be shown to people,
because the 'bzr' script sets all deprecation warnings to 'ignore' if
the bzr version is 'final'. (So an official release, versus an
in-progress release, etc.)
Except... 2.1.0b4 is 'beta' not 'final', so they'll get a big 'warning
don't do this' anytime they access a bzr+ssh / sftp location.
You may want to try it and confirm my guess.
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