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comment How to get (from terminal) total number of threads (per process and total for all processes)
@Siddharth NLWP stands for Number of LightWeight Processes which is the number of threads.
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comment How to keep version number in a single place in a python project with setup.py and debian/control
Thanks a lot. Running a command in debian/rules is indeed a nice strategy that works fine.
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