Incompatibility between socket and httplib in python CVS build.
effbot at telia.com
Wed Mar 29 21:23:04 CEST 2000
François Pinard <pinard at iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
> "Fredrik Lundh" <effbot at telia.com> writes:
> > if you use experimental versions, please make sure you check out the
> > latest code before reporting bugs...
> How old a fetch should be before I consider it old? A week? A day?
> One hour? What is the expected trade-off between the value attached to
> having a bug reported, and the burden on pretesters? Some of us, like me,
> are usually not connected to the Internet, and I would just not report a
> bug if the required work on me is too high, while possibly being useless.
sure -- it's your time.
but anyone insisting on using the bleeding edge development CVS
version (instead of a stable version) can save a lot of time by sub-
scribing to the python-cvs mailing list. in that way, you'll *know*
what's changed in the bleeding edge version.
(in this case, the socket module was updated a few hours before
the standard library. the standard library was updated about 20
hours before the bug report).
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