[Python-3000] Another run at beta one
jnoller at gmail.com
Wed Jun 18 13:54:17 CEST 2008
On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 7:45 AM, Barry Warsaw <barry at python.org> wrote:
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> Well, I'm going to try again tonight to release beta one for Python 2.6 and
> 3.0. I'm planning on starting the release at 6pm US/Eastern or 2200 UTC.
> Right now the Python 2.6 buildbots look pretty good. We have /one/ green
> buildbot for Python 3.0. That's better than last week at least, but it
> would be great to get a few more. I know folks have been working hard at
> this, and I really appreciate it.
> I think we're looking fairly good on the release critical bugs. I'll clear
> 3089 and 3009 tonight, and check locally on 3088 over the day.
> If you're looking for a way to help out, see if you can turn any of the
> other 3.0 buildbots green. I will be hanging out on #python-dev all day,
> but ping my nick (barry) if you need my attention.
> Thanks, and let's get it done today!
> - -Barry
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Please let me know about 3088 - I've disabled the more unreliable
tests until I can give the entire suite some TLC. I'm still trying to
work around/identify the "Function not Implemented" error in issue3111
- this happens to be failing the tests on a few of the linux boxes. I
suspected it was due to a combination of chroot + lack of /dev/shm on
some of the build bots, ergo a patch put in by Ben last night to skip
the tests on machines lacking the device, but it doesn't seem to be
skipping/the device exists.
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