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    <div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 04.12.13 19:11, Tim Delaney wrote:<br>
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          <div class="gmail_quote">On 4 December 2013 23:25, Kristján
            Valur Jónsson <span dir="ltr"><<a moz-do-not-send="true"
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              .8ex;border-left:1px #ccc solid;padding-left:1ex">New
              issue 31: add easy_install to the 2.8 stdlib<br>
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              Kristján Valur Jónsson:<br>
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              One of the most annoying parts of any stackless
              installation is to have to manually go and fetch an
              easy_install thing, which is then used to bootstrap
              setuptools. This should really come out of the box....<br>
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            <div>I haven't been involved in Stackless development at
              all, but wouldn't it be more sensible to follow the
              CPython lead and bundle pip instead of easy_install?</div>
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    Please reply to the issue tracker!<br>
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    Yes, it makes sense. If it all, then I will add the whole thing that
    Python3.X<br>
    added to the install. Currently I'm trying to find out what a
    minimalistic<br>
    port does actually need.<br>
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    The criterion is:<br>
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    - get everything what CPython 3.4 needs for this feature<br>
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    - find out what the dependencies are<br>
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    - find a minimalistic approach that is sufficient.<br>
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    This will probably always be the basic set of requirements.<br>
    We do not want to produce new problems, but to solve the existing
    ones.<br>
    We want to do the necessary, minimalistic but sufficient steps to
    get there.<br>
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    Please keep this in mind when submitting feature demands.<br>
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    Cheers -  Chris<br>
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