"A.M. Kuchling" email@example.com wrote in message news:20060714112137.GA891@Andrew-iBook2.local...
http://www.python.org/dev/tools/, in a discussion of checkin policies, does say:
The Python source tree is managed for stability, meaning that if you make a checkout at a random point in time the tree will almost always compile and be quite stable.
That is the goal, but when I watched the buildbot results last spring, the degree of stability (greenness) appeared to vary. Is it possible to tag particular versions as a 'green' version, or the 'most recent green version' worth playing with?