[IronPython] Re: IronPython 0.7.1 released
martmaly at exchange.microsoft.com
Sun Apr 3 01:25:13 CEST 2005
Thanks for all the bug reports, Michael.
As for the compatibility, when in doubt on specific issues, I consult
Python 2.4 myself so that is what I personally compare our
implementation against at the moment.
Test suite ... we do already have a test suite to test basic
functionality and regressions from all fixed bugs. I am in the process
of making it more independent on other pieces of our infrastructure at
which point I assume we will include it with the release.
Ideally, I want to see (hopefully soon) IronPython pass the whole set of
tests that come with standard Python and we are working on it along with
trying to respond quickly to external bug reports.
> -----Original Message-----
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> ironpython.com-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of Michael
> Sent: Saturday, April 02, 2005 1:31 PM
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> Subject: [IronPython] Re: IronPython 0.7.1 released
> Martin Maly wrote:
> > We are excited to announce the release of IronPython 0.7.1. The
> > improvements over the recent 0.7 release are mostly bug fixes for
> > reported by the community and suggestions from the mailing lists and
> > message boards:
> Thanks for the new release (on schedule!). I have submitted a number
> bugs in
> this version. (It appears there is nowhere on the bug-form to note
> version they apply to.)
> I also can't find a statement of which Python version fepy 0.7 is
> match - I have assumed 2.3.3. What is your goal? Do you want
> with 2.4/2.5 behavior reported?
> You don't include a test suite with the source. Do you have a plan
> ISTM it would be a good idea to share tests with pypy.
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