[Python-Dev] list comprehensions again...
Wed, 5 Jul 2000 19:41:05 -0400 (EDT)
>>>>> "SM" == Skip Montanaro <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
SM> Was there a public announcement made about new functionality for
SM> 2.0? I had submitted list comprehensions to the old 1.6 cycle,
SM> and it was being held to the now never-to-be 1.7. Are we in
SM> feature freeze for 2.0 at this point?
SM> I can do one of three things:
SM> * commit the changes I have currently against the CVS
SM> * bundle up another patch for people to examine and comment
SM> * shut up and go do something more useful
At lunch today, Guido raised almost the same question! Tim and I
argued that we should continue the feature freeze, and spend any extra
time wasted while we wait for CNRI to quit stalling to resolve open
bugs and do more testing. It's been a long time since the last bug
fix release, and there are already a lot of new features. We'd
probably be best served by working hard to make 2.0 stable and solid
-- and then getting 2.1 released quickly.