[Distutils] ANNOUNCE: Sunsetting of uploading to the legacy PyPI/TestPyPI
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Fri Jun 23 06:44:21 EDT 2017
Donald Stufft <donald at stufft.io> writes:
> […] rewrite PyPI in order to solve a lot of long standing problems.
> For those who aren't aware, that is currently available at
Thank you to everyone involved in bringing this to fruition!
> For a awhile now, Python, setuptools, and twine have all defaulted to
> using this new code base for uploading artifacts to PyPI.
Where can we find the exact versions of each that default to ‘pypi.org’
> [‘pypi.org’] uses the same database that "Legacy" PyPI does, so the
> two are essentially just different views over the same data.
At what point does the big red warning banner (“ This is a
pre-production deployment of Warehouse.”) come down?
What is the cross-over period: ‘pypi.org’ as the primary recommendation,
while ‘pypi.python.org’ continues to work?
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