On Fri, 30 May 2003, david mertz firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Moreover, for me in particular, I want to write some examples for articles. If I write something that works in 1.0.5, but breaks in 1.0.6 and past, that's bad for readers (and makes me look a little worse).
But you missed what Itamar said: we treat backwards compatibility seriously. If you'll check the FAQ, we even have questions for upgrading scripts from before woven was called woven. Software doesn't break when Twisted upgrades. But if you try and run scripts from one version of Twisted on a *lower* one you're on your own.