33 | | - Downstream packagers would provide their own "implementation" (one Python module [https://git.sagemath.org/sage.git/tree/build/pkgs/sage_conf/src/sage_conf.py.in?id=1c5d011b5f05a954dd2ea810635c9d59cc48e7b5 sage_conf.py]) of the configuration module defined by #29038, instead of patching sources. They would *not* use the reference implementation in `build/pkgs/sage_conf`, which is intended for use with sage-the-distribution only. |

| 33 | - more precisely, to use the pip-installable source package created by `build/pkgs/sagelib/spkg-src` (#29950); see also #30036 (pip-installable sage) |

| 34 | - Downstream packagers could provide their own "implementation" (one Python module [https://git.sagemath.org/sage.git/tree/build/pkgs/sage_conf/src/sage_conf.py.in?id=1c5d011b5f05a954dd2ea810635c9d59cc48e7b5 sage_conf.py]) of the configuration module defined by #29038, instead of patching sources. They would not necessarily use the reference implementation in `build/pkgs/sage_conf`, which is intended for use with sage-the-distribution. |