[issue3238] backport python 3.0 language functionality to python 2.6 by adding 7 opcodes to ceval.c
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Tue Oct 21 08:56:20 CEST 2008
kai zhu <davidbranniganz at gmail.com> added the comment:
hi, i'm happy i got a response on this :)
anyway, can u elaborate on the "reason" y something like this was never
yes, i kno the patch is rough right now (& will never get accepted in
its current state), but its now proven to work, & gives migrating
developers *something* to test their py3k_syntax code while *still*
maintaining compatibility w/ python2.x extension modules.
isn't that the spirit of python 2.7? in the meantime, i'm in no hurry
to have anything committed.
Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file11845/example_py3k.py
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