Python-Dev October 2006

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RELEASED Python 2.3.6, release candidate 1
by Anthony Baxter
14 years, 5 months

Re: [Python-Dev] Massive test_sqlite failure on Mac OSX ... sometimes
by skip@pobox.com
14 years, 5 months

PSF Infrastructure has chosen Roundup as the issue tracker for Python development
by Brett Cannon
14 years, 5 months

readlink and unicode strings (SF:1580674) Patch http://www.python.org/sf/1580674 fixes readlink's behaviour w.r.t. Unicode strings: without this patch this function uses the system default encoding instead of the filesystem encoding to convert Unicode objects to plain strings. Like os.listdir, os.readlink will now return a Unicode object when the argument is a Unicode object. What I'd like to know is if this can be backported to the 2.5 branch. The first part of this patch (use filesystem encod
by Ronald Oussoren
14 years, 5 months

Optional type checking/pluggable type systems for Python
by Neil Dunn
14 years, 5 months

Re: [Python-Dev] The "lazy strings" patch
by Mark Roberts
14 years, 5 months

ctypes and win64
by Thomas Heller
14 years, 5 months

OT: fdopen on Windows question
by skip@pobox.com
14 years, 5 months

Re: [Python-Dev] 2.4.4: backport classobject.c HAVE_WEAKREFS?
by Raymond Hettinger
14 years, 5 months

Re: [Python-Dev] Massive test_sqlite failure on Mac OSX ... sometimes
by skip@pobox.com
14 years, 5 months
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