[Python-Dev] Re: Timing for Py2.4
barry at barrys-emacs.org
Wed Mar 31 14:43:43 EST 2004
At 28-03-2004 15:37, Paul Moore wrote:
>On Windows, the killer issue is the availability of pywin32. I don't
>believe you'll get much take-up of Python 2.4 by Windows users without
>a pywin32 binary release. Is there any chance of prevailing upon Mark
>to produce a 2.4-compatible binary?
Agreed my pywin32 limited testing. And a lot of my python depends on
wxPython on unix and windows.
>I'd advocate an early alpha for another reason - Windows binary
>builders will need as much time as possible to work through any issues
>with the new requirement for MSVC7.
Is that 7.0 or 7.1 aka .net 2003? The reason I ask is that as my extensions
are in C++ and 7.0 is unusable.
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