Section: Maintenance Commands (8)
Updated: 18 Feb 2009
The update-python-modules command is part of the python-support bundle.
update-python-modules is responsible for the byte-compilation of python modules. When used in byte-compilation mode, it will byte-compile modules references in the files given on the command line. When used in installation mode, it will byte-compile them once for each installed python version, and will make them available for all of them.
At each invocation, with or without arguments, update-python-modules will check for installed python versions, and will build or remove modules according to new or removed versions since the last time it was run.
Arguments must be files or directories located in the /usr/share/python-support directory. Depending on their extension, they are treated differently.
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