David Lyon <david.lyon <at> preisshare.net> writes:
Requires a particular python version.
Why not drop ranges as well as operators and simply use commas? The above would be rewritten as:
Requires-Python: 2.5, 2.6, 2.7
This would prevent the ambiguity on the inclusive or exclusive nature of the upper bound of the range.
You might argue that if you want to include 8 versions of Python this makes the notation slightly longer, but who tests their package with 8 different versions of Python? (and if you don't test exhaustively, just use the "2.5+" notation)