Python style guidelines
mwh at python.net
Thu Mar 11 14:41:12 CET 2004
beliavsky at aol.com writes:
> Skip Montanaro <skip at pobox.com> wrote in message news:<mailman.252.1078956580.19534.python-list at python.org>...
> > beliavsky> Is there a more recent set of Python style guidelines than
> > beliavsky> PEP 8, "Style Guide for Python Code", by van Rossum and
> > beliavsky> Warsaw, at http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0008.html , which
> > beliavsky> is dated July 5, 2001?
> > Is there something missing you think should be there? There's no particular
> > reason a PEP needs to be continually updated. In particular, notions of
> > good Python style haven't changed a lot over the past ten years.
> > Skip
> I am not qualified to say what should be in Python style guidelines. I
> have now read the PEP 8 style guidelines and see that Python versions
> up to 2.3 are covered. I think the Post-History date of July 5, 2001
> is incorrect and should be updated.
How so? It hasn't been posted to comp.lang.python since then, and
that's what the Post-History: records.
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