On 16.6.2018 02:27, Scott Talbert wrote:
> * Set %_python_bytecompile_extra to 0 to disable the automatic
> compilation of the extra python files.
> * Manually byte-compile those files which do actually need to be
> compiled. This is done with the %py_byte_compile macro, which as a
> bonus requires that you specify which python version will be used for
> the compilation.
In a couple of my packages, the python files you are detecting are
documentation or sample code. Do we care in that case? In fact, maybe
it's best those aren't byte-compiled?
Yes, it's best not to bytecompile those at all:
* Set %_python_bytecompile_extra to 0 to disable the automatic
compilation of the extra python files.
* Do not manually byte-compile those files because they don't actually
need to be byte-compiled.
Allowing this is the main point of the change.