me at the-compiler.org
Sun Aug 9 23:55:09 CEST 2015
We've been talking about doing a release since somewhen before
EuroPython and there's still no release with Python 3.5 support out
What's missing for a 2.7.3, and what for 2.8.0? Does it make sense to
release 2.7.3, or should we go for 2.8.0 directly?
Looking at the changelog, 2.8 has some bugfixes as well (I'm guilty on
that one), so I wonder if we should just release that directly (and
Either way, both have features/fixes I'm eagerly waiting for, and
enough changes to warrant a release IMHO.
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