[Python-3000] PEP 3108 and the demise of bsddb3
barry at python.org
Thu Sep 4 19:07:47 CEST 2008
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On Sep 4, 2008, at 12:20 PM, Jesus Cea wrote:
> I'm a bit worried about you restoring bsddb and be pulled-off shortly
> again if I can't resolve any remaining issues in minutes :). But I
> take the risk.
Don't worry about that. Guido's decision will be binding for 3.0.
> PS: Something to consider, also, is that (I think), some buildbot
> crash (core dump) while running the bsddb testsuite. That would be an
> issue with Berkeley DB installation, not bsddb module, undetected
> now because no code used the Berkeley DB library. Since the run would
> crash with core dump, it wouldn't verify the entire python testsuite.
> That would be a big issue. What can be done then, if the buildbot
> are not available to verify library versions, provide the coredump,
> and so?.
Live with it.
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