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I bet you commit your .pyc files and the __pycache__ folder

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    hmm, i deploy python script in compiled form, and yes i need to commit the pyc file to prod.
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    oh i didn't know that you need pyc for prod
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    depends, we use pyc because it is closed source
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    Learnt something tday
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    @wowotek no it's really not. You can get a near line for line representation back almost instantly.
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    @deadPix3l i know it is stupid right. my ex company just does that. but it's a bit of proof committing pyc is not entirely wrong.

    personally i use cython. but this is not always running smoothly tho
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    @wowotek agreed. Cythons not perfect but it's alright. Personally I find nuitka works well.

    The only thing worse than ignoring security, is being just minimally secure and damn confident that you're good!
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    @wowotek commit != deploy
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    Only Jenkins CI builder commits pyc, then production machines checkout from his branch, same machines of course, pyc doing its function
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