Tue, 18 Jul 2000 11:11:57 -0400
Thomas Wouters <email@example.com>:
> I'd personally like to hear some votes/opinions on the range literal patch,
> but it seems to me there are others that only require some voting and second
I just posted a detailed response on that.
> - Add 'isatty(fd)' to posixmodule.
> Do Macs and Windows machines have an isatty() function that makes sense to
> include ?
Unknown to me. I'm +1 on adding this anyway.
> - Better error message with UnboundLocalError
> Patch looks okay to me, and Tim already said he liked the idea.
> - arraymodule: adding count, extend, index, pop, remove
> I believe there was some discussion about this before, don't know the
Is there a PEP? I suspect from looking at the names that I would
be +0 on this, but I wonder why pop() and no push()?
> - new EXTENDED_ARG opcode, elimiate 16-bit oparg limit
> Probably needs Guido and/or Tim decreeing whether the change is worth it
> - safe version of PyErr_Format
> +0 on that, but what do I know. Don't know if it's actually safe ;)
> - Optional pad character for rjust, ljust
> Definately +1, but I have a nagging feeling there is a better way to do it:
> Why wasn't this implemented before ? What are people using instead of
> string.rjust(string, padchar) ?
No opinion on these.
<a href="http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr">Eric S. Raymond</a>
He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from
oppression: for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent that
will reach unto himself.
-- Thomas Paine