Please don't unofficially ship Bottles in distribution repositories

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  • toolbox

    Tool for interactive command line environments on Linux (by containers)

    These are the same devs that use Toolbx for development on Fedora Silverblue, too. I wonder what they would say about how that affects their productivity (it seems like they're always having new Bottles releases, so maybe it helps them a lot)!

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    testfixtures is a collection of helpers and mock objects that are useful when writing automated tests in Python. (by simplistix)

    Yep, I fully agree with you.

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