[OpenWrt-Devel] OpenWRT: how to include byte-compile .pyc files into sysupgrade image?

Xuebing Wang xbing6 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 02:42:42 EST 2017

Hi Alex,

Thanks a lot for your help.  I am using Python 2.7.12, branch 
chaos_calmer from (git://github.com/openwrt/openwrt.git), feeds branch 
is for-15.05.

Also, I am using Atheros platform based on MIPS architecture.

Thanks again.

xuebing wang

On 2017年02月17日 15:31, Alexandru Ardelean wrote:
> Oh.
> This is an old topic.
> Let me think about it, for a bit.
> Quick q: which Python version are you using and from which repo/branch ?
> I usually test against trunk.
> Thanks
> Alex
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 8:40 AM, Xuebing Wang <xbing6 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Community and Alexandru:
>> I am using OpenWrt chaos_calmer for an Atheros based platform, we have a
>> complicated Python application which takes time to run.
>> - On the target board, I can "python -m compileall ." for Python standard
>> libraries in directories "/usr/lib/python2.7", and boot time can improve
>> significantly.
>> Would you please advise how can I change in files feeds/packages/lang/python
>> to byte-compile Python libraries and include .pyc files in the sysupgrade
>> image?
>> I am using below packages:
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-base=y
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-light=y
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-codecs=y
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-openssl=y
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-sqlite3=y
>> CONFIG_PACKAGE_python-logging=y
>> Thanks.
>> xuebing wang
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