I'm delaying the 3.2 alpha1 release by one week; I don't have enough time
to sort through all the possible issues and get acquainted with the release
machinery this weekend.
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Four shall be the number of spaces thou shalt indent, and the number of thy
indenting shall be four. Eight shalt thou not indent, nor either indent thou
two, excepting that thou then proceed to four. Tabs are right out.
Le lundi 28 juin 2010 14:21:48, vous avez écrit :
> > For the 3.2 final, I would like to mark this issue has a blocker:
> > http://bugs.python.org/issue8611
> I went ahead and marked it as such - the RM reviews the open release
> blockers anyway before deciding whether or not to make a release, and
> will either demote them permanently (i.e disagree with the assessment
> of their importance), defer them (more common for alpha releases than
> later ones) or delay the release.
Ok to mark it as a blocker, but it should only be a blocker for the 3.2 final,
not the alpha releases.
My initial patch is really huge: I cannot review it myself :-) I'm rewriting
it from scratch to implement the "right" solution. Eg. My next patch will be
on import to use the PyUnicodeObject* type instead of char*. I will open an
issue for each patch.
(Copied to python-committers in case I miss anyone.)
I'm doing some more planning on the EuroPython language summit and you
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or you have told me and I haven't recorded it properly and would
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The summit itself is in Birmingham UK on Sunday 18th July.
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