[python-committers] Time for 3.4.9 and 3.5.6
antoine at python.org
Sun Jul 8 12:49:31 EDT 2018
OTOH, we're talking about a doc fix for a very old version. Surely
people who rely on the documented opcodes there have already fixed their
software to deal with the discrepancy.
Le 08/07/2018 à 18:44, Serhiy Storchaka a écrit :
> 08.07.18 13:02, Larry Hastings пише:
>> On 07/08/2018 01:31 AM, Serhiy Storchaka wrote:
>>> I suggest to merge a 3.5 specific documentation fix for
>>> CALL_FUNCTION_VAR and CALL_FUNCTION_VAR_KW opcodes. There were
>>> undocumented changes in 3.5, and third-party projects which implement
>>> interpreting or generating these opcodes do it incorrectly. The
>>> behavior change was subtle, simple tests will not catch it.
>> I'm happy to consider documentation changes at any time. As far as this
>> change goes: if you look at the PR you'll see I'm the one who closed
>> it. While I acknowledge that the current documentation is imprecise,
>> this PR made the docs inaccurate, and therefore, worse.
> The current documentation is not just imprecise, it is wrong. My English
> is so bad that I don't understand what is wrong with the proposed PR. To
> me, it adds correct information. Would be nice if you or other native
> English speaker suggest better wording. This is not a minor
> documentation change, this is a fix of a single official documentation
> about CPython bytecode.
> I'm sorry for reminding about this issue. I thought you forgot about it.
> This issue was open for 3.5 and marked as "release blocker", but you
> have not mentioned it.
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