[Python-Dev] Modules for 2.6 inclusion
ggpolo at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 13:43:10 CEST 2008
2008/6/6 Georg Brandl <g.brandl at gmx.net>:
> PEP 361 lists the following modules for possible inclusion in 2.6 (next
> to pyprocessing, which is now accepted):
> - winerror
> (Owner: MAL)
> This patch has been marked as rejected, so I'll remove the entry from
> the PEP.
> - setuptools
> BDFL pronouncement for inclusion in 2.5:
> PJE's withdrawal from 2.5 for inclusion in 2.6:
> I guess this will be deferred?
> - ast
> If there's no objection, I'll go over the interface with Thomas, who's
> working on AST optimization for 2.7, to make sure the ast interface can
> stay the same after his branch is merged, write the docs and commit it
> before beta1.
> - bdist_deb in distutils package
> - bdist_egg in distutils package
> - pure python pgen module
> (Owner: Guido)
> Deferral to 2.6:
I created an issue 1 week ago (http://bugs.python.org/issue2983)
suggesting the addition of the ttk module to lib-tk, and to the new
tkinter package. Is there any chance to this be accepted for Python
> There are also several other "possible" todo items in PEP 361, but they
> all look as if they are not required to be in before beta1.
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