On 25-sep-03, at 5:20, Anthony Baxter wrote:
Mea maxima culpa. I'll add a new section to the start of PEP101 and PEP102 about communicating with the appropriate people directly.
Don't worry: I assume there's no harm done, and otherwise I'll just lobby for a quick 2.3.2.
We had a bunch of testers try out the release candidates on various Mac OS X releases - they reported no breakages. There's also been few/no checkins to the Mac-specific chunks of the tree for the release23-maint branch.
There's a couple of version numbers that would have been nice to update, in the various .plist files. In other words, if you build 2.3.1 from source with a framework build then "Show Info" on the applications will show them to be 2.3, not 2.3.1. Same for the Apple Help Book that is built in to the IDE.
I'm happy to store up checkins for the 23 branch for a couple of weeks to give you time to do a release if you so wish (consider it penance for my forgetting to email you).
No, don't worry. I'm going to skip 2.3.1 for MacPython-OS9. I'll catch up again with 2.3.2. -- Jack Jansen, Jack.Jansen@cwi.nl, http://www.cwi.nl/%7Ejack If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution -- Emma Goldman