Am 06.09.13 20:24, schrieb Terry Reedy:
In Python 2.7.5 it is set to '5.2.0' so it looks as though this version is no longer being updated.
In general, new features do not go into bugfix releases (x.y.z, where z
= 1). Updating the unidate_version add new features to the unicodedata
One might argue that an update of the UCD data is within the scope of 2.7, since it's just data, not code that is being changed.
I'd argue against that, since this specific change has a chance of breaking existing tests that people might have.
Of course, it is up the the release manager of 2.7 to decide on that if such a change would be proposed.