[Python-checkins] r42373 - peps/trunk/pep-0356.txt
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Wed Feb 15 06:34:27 CET 2006
Date: Wed Feb 15 06:34:26 2006
New Revision: 42373
Remove PEP references, they can be dealt with separately from this PEP
--- peps/trunk/pep-0356.txt (original)
+++ peps/trunk/pep-0356.txt Wed Feb 15 06:34:26 2006
@@ -107,6 +107,9 @@
This PEP needs to be updated and release managers confirmed.
+ - Review PEP 4: Deprecate and/or remove the modules
+ - Review PEP 11: Remove support for platforms as described
Carryover features from Python 2.4
@@ -114,11 +117,6 @@
Are any of these done or planned for 2.5?
- - Deprecate and/or remove the modules listed in PEP 4 (posixfile,
- gopherlib, pre, others)
- - Remove support for platforms as described in PEP 11.
- Finish implementing the Distutils bdist_dpkg command. (AMK)
- It would be nice if the built-in SSL socket type could be used
@@ -148,9 +146,6 @@
widgets in Tk 8.4? Note that we've got better Tix support
already (though not on Windows yet).
- - PEP 304 (Controlling Generation of Bytecode Files by Montanaro)
- seems to have lost steam.
- For a class defined inside another class, the __name__ should be
"outer.inner", and pickling should work. (SF 633930. I'm no
longer certain this is easy or even right.)
@@ -171,41 +166,11 @@
covered yet (e.g. string.whitespace and types.TracebackType).
It seems we can't get consensus on this.
- - PEP 262 Database of Installed Python Packages Kuchling
- This turns out to be useful for Jack Jansen's Python installer,
- so the database is worth implementing. Code will go in
- - PEP 269 Pgen Module for Python Riehl
- (Some necessary changes are in; the pgen module itself needs to
- mature more.)
- - PEP 266 Optimizing Global Variable/Attribute Access Montanaro
- PEP 267 Optimized Access to Module Namespaces Hylton
- PEP 280 Optimizing access to globals van Rossum
- These are basically three friendly competing proposals. Jeremy
- has made a little progress with a new compiler, but it's going
- slowly and the compiler is only the first step. Maybe we'll be
- able to refactor the compiler in this release. I'm tempted to
- say we won't hold our breath.
- Lazily tracking tuples?
Not much enthusiasm I believe.
- - PEP 286 Enhanced Argument Tuples von Loewis
- I haven't had the time to review this thoroughly. It seems a
- deep optimization hack (also makes better correctness guarantees
- - Make 'as' a keyword. It has been a pseudo-keyword long enough.
- Too much effort to bother.
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