Am 30.11.2010 09:15, schrieb Hagen Fürstenau:
During PEP 3003 discussion, it was suggested to handle it on a case by case basis, but I don't see discussion of the upgrade to 6.0.0 in PEP 3003.
It's covered by "As the standard library is not directly tied to the language definition it is not covered by this moratorium."
How is this restricted to the stdlib if it defines the set of valid identifiers?
The language does not change. The language specification says
Python 3.0 introduces additional characters from outside the ASCII range (see PEP 3131). For these characters, the classification uses the version of the Unicode Character Database as included in the unicodedata module.
That remains unchanged. It was a deliberate design decision of PEP 3131 to not codify a fixed set of characters that can be used in identifiers.