[Python-Dev] Re: RELEASED Python 2.3.1
mwh at python.net
Fri Sep 26 17:34:41 EDT 2003
Thomas Heller <theller at python.net> writes:
> Neil Schemenauer <nas at arctrix.com> writes:
>> * try to reduce the number of version numbers in different files need to
>> be adjusted.
> I suggest to update the version numbers in these files to the next
> version *after* a release is done. So, in the release23-maint branch
> the version numbers could *now* be adjusted to 2.3.2.
> And it would help if I could build the HTML docs myself from CVS. I did
> manage to create the pdf files with TeTex under windows, but I didn't
> succeed with the html pages so far.
It occurs to me that I don't know *why* Fred is so much the
documentation man; I've not had any trouble processing the docs into
HTML lately (haven't tried on Windows, admittedly, and I haven't
tried to make info ever).
What else needs to be done? There must be quite a bit of mucking
about on creosote to do, I guess.
Finding a substitue Jack might be harder (though given Bob Ippolito's
work rate at the moment we could probably make him MacPython
maintainer without him noticing <wink>).
In short, just business as usual in the wacky world of floating
point <wink>. -- Tim Peters, comp.lang.python
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