Investigate packaging python dependencies in the python35 SCL
In particular, we should try to package celery into the SCL, and then test installing it and using it. (Testing on RHEL7 is sufficient).
#5 Updated by pcreech about 3 years ago
I was able to build a python 3.5 software collection in copr, and subsequently build Django 1.8 and Celery and it's dependencies for the software collection, viewable here:
I was also able to utilize these software collections in a demo project, https://github.com/pcreech/django-demo
This turned out to be fairly simple to build a python package against a software collection with a minimal spec file, which can be viewed here
For any pulp dependencies that aren't a part of the main rh-python3* software collection, we can create a pulp software collection that depends on the rh-python3* software collection and then build subsequent packages against it, as referenced here:
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