On 29 Jun 2014 23:00, "Hernan Grecco" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 2:19 AM, Nick Coghlan <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On that last point, one of my goals at SciPy next month will be to
> > encourage folks in the scientific community that are keen to see
> > something resembling block support in Python to go hunting for
> > compelling *use cases*. The fatal barrier to proposals like PEP 403
> > and 3150 has long been that there are other options already available,
> > so the substantial additional complexity they introduce isn't
> > adequately justified. The two main stumbling blocks:
> What is the status of PEP 3150? I remember reading that you were
> withdrawing 3150 in favor of 403 but this is not reflected in
I see merit in both alternatives, so I still update both of them occasionally. I did withdraw 3150 at one point, but I later figured out a possible solution to the previously fatal flaw in its namespace handling semantics and moved it back to Deferred.
I tend not to announce any updates to either of them, since they'll remain pure speculation in the absence of clear use cases where they would provide a compelling readability benefit over the status quo.
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