[scl.org] Integrating SCLs with tools like DevAssistant?

Nick Coghlan ncoghlan at redhat.com
Wed Aug 19 00:54:10 UTC 2015

I started a new Django project with DevAssistant today, and it offered me
the option of making it a Python 3 project rather than a Python 2 one.
However, this was just choosing between the parallel stacks included as
part of the main Fedora distribution.

It occurs to me - might it make sense for the SCL project to figure out a
way for tools like DevAssistant to access a list of all of the software
collections installed for a particular language runtime, and thus allow a
developer to easily choose which one they want to use as the basis for a
new project?

Using containers for deployment doesn't eliminate that basic need to choose
the language runtime to include in the container along with the
application, and at least for Python, there's currently still going to need
to be a "system Python runtime" and an "application Python runtime"
installed in parallel inside the container.

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