[issue3238] backport python 3.0 language functionality to python 2.6 by adding 7 opcodes to ceval.c
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Tue Jul 1 00:39:33 CEST 2008
kai zhu <davidbranniganz at gmail.com> added the comment:
ideally that may be true.
but its quite frustrating testing/developing new py3k software when many
modules/extensions we take for granted in 2.x isn't available. in the
meantime, this patch serves as a very convenient stopgap for developers
(even w/ its bugs), for writing py3k migration code in 2.x (& access to
all its extensions)
for example, its a difficult task to port a big project like numpy to
py3k all @ once. but this patch could allow u to piece-wise transform
it, one script @ a time, to py3k language syntax compliance.
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