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Old 07-24-2017, 01:58 PM   #46
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Looks quite nice, thanks for getting this fixed.

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https://anonscm.debian.org/cgit/coll...6e6fbe73cf7e34
Heh, this should happen when someone sets up a systemd-managed calibre-server.service running as root, too.
Granted, people should learn to enable loginctl lingering and manage their personal services in the systemd user session, or at least tell systemd to run as a non-root user, but... things happen.

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Regardless, *.pyc files are something that is good to have. The python interpreter takes a bit of time on every run, generating bytecode and trying to cache it to disk (and failing), is there a reason that isn't installed?

I will admit to knowing next to nothing about how Debian handles bytecode. I do know that in Arch Linux, pyc/pyo files are part of the package filelist.
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Regardless, *.pyc files are something that is good to have. The python interpreter takes a bit of time on every run, generating bytecode and trying to cache it to disk (and failing), is there a reason that isn't installed?
Good point, I will look into it. I don't know how pyc is handled in Debian. Would indeed be nice if that can be fixed.

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Good point, I will look into it. I don't know how pyc is handled in Debian.
I have prepared changes that do proper pyc handling.

BTW, during this I was also warned that the appstream .xml files generated by calibre are not anymore according to the standard. I patched the generation routine to generate correct files, I'll send a pull request.

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