Jack Jansen Jack.Jansen@oratrix.com writes:
On Friday, February 22, 2002, at 03:10 , Michael Hudson wrote:
I think I'm caught up on porting fixes from the trunk to the release22-maint branch. Now would be a good time to shout if you think I've missed something (although I might not read my email before Monday).
(I've entirely ignored the Mac subtree here. Jack, that's your problem, I'm afraid).
I'll do a quick check to see whether there's anything that is vital for Mac OS X unix Python that has to go in, I'll let you know.
Fine. I've done the first one.
I think MacPython will have to be done after the unix/win distribution has been made, but that depends on your timeframe (i.e. if you can hand the Mac/ portion of the tree over to me real soon now I can try and squeeze the time in).
? Sorry, you've lost me. I'm afraid. The Mac/ portion of the tree is yours.
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