[Python-3000] Reminder: Py3k PEPs due by April
brett at python.org
Tue Apr 10 21:03:46 CEST 2007
On 4/10/07, Guido van Rossum <guido at python.org> wrote:
> As I stated in my PyCon keynote and repeated (though somewhat hidden)
> in PEP 3000, all PEPs for Py3k are due by April. The end of April is
> only a few weeks away, so now is the time to start drafting that PEP
> if you care about Python 3000! This is so that we will be able to
> concentrate on *implementing* the accepted proposals by June, in time
> for the planned release 3.0a1.
Just so people know what I have in the pipeline, I have two PEPs planned:
1. Add a built-in named __main__ so as to fix the problem of executing a
script that exists in a package and uses new relative imports (see
a more detailed explanation).
2. Remove file.__init__, code.__init__, and object.__subclasses__ for
security reasons. I am trying to get approval from my supervisor to make
public a doc I wrote for a class that explains my security work that I
presented on at PyCon to vet the design one more time on python-dev before I
push for these removals.
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