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Cross platform doesn’t exists

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When you write code in Python you can be almost sure your code will run on different operating systems. I say almost sure, not completely sure, because some of the libraries and packages you are using can have different behaviors on different systems.

But here I found a full incompatibility in the bsddb package on the same Python release but on different operating systems.

First, install Python 2.6.2 on a Windows machine and on a OpenSuse machine.

Next take a look at this code:




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