On 11/28/2014 07:03 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> We've discussed the idea of changing the wheel file naming scheme to> deal with Linux previously, but never put together a concrete> proposal.>> The closest we've got is the idea of allowing the platform tag to be> customised in pip and perhaps bdist_wheel, and while that's good from> an "enabling experimentation" perspective, it may be overkill if the> primary goal is just to better support handling of Linux distros.>> For starters, here's the current definition of the platform tag in PEP 425:
hmm, maybe you repeat the rationale here for starters?
> =================> The platform tag is simply distutils.util.get_platform() with all> hyphens - and periods . replaced with underscore _ .>> * win32> * linux_i386> * linux_x86_64> =================
this is already wrong for ARM32 soft-float and hard-float, and x86_64-linux-gnu
and x86_64-linux-gnux32. If something is changed, then please change that as
well, maybe using something already defined like the multiarch triplet.
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