Is there a *nix whose package manager doesn't split Python into multiple packages (typically something like
python-devel). I'd really like to just get the entire standard library when I install it, since that's how it's designed to work. Thanks.
UPDATE: Some people are wondering what I mean, so here's an example: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-defaults/+bug/123755. I realize it's not caused (in this instance) by a
python-devel split, but it's the sort of issue I don't want to worry about. I just want to install the entirety of Python—with no weird tweaks of the
ImportError handler, or std lib modules ripped out (for any reason)—and then let my package manager handle security updates, etc.