[Python-Dev] Python2.3.2 and release23-maint branch
Jack.Jansen at cwi.nl
Mon Sep 29 10:44:39 EDT 2003
On Monday, September 29, 2003, at 03:08 PM, Anthony Baxter wrote:
>>>> Jack Jansen wrote
>> Uhm... I was busy doing all the version numbers and testing for
>> MacPython, I thought
>> I had most of today (Monday, european) for that??!?
>> I won't check anything in unless you explicitly give me permission,
> My bad - I was going from the release PEPs. All checkins, _other_ than
> those required for the release. ;)
Sigh... Don't wait for me to update the Mac-specific files: I've
messed up the developer tools on my system. It's now a mix between
and gcc3, and I keep running into problems. Reverting to gcc3.1 also
doesn't seem to work. My home system has a virgin 10.2 partition, but
away tonight so I won't have the chance to build and test anything
(and I assume tomorrow-morning-European is too late, right?). I'm 99%
sure that just changing the version numbers in the .plist and .strings
won't break anything, but without testing I don't want to chance it.
> I was looking through the .plist files, and it seems like there's about
> 8 or so different places featuring the string "2.3". Is there a way to
> make this number less? (Obviously, not for 2.3.2)...
Eventually these files need to be generated (we have a plistlib module
for that), and the same goes for the accompanying .strings files.
Jack Jansen, <Jack.Jansen at cwi.nl>, http://www.cwi.nl/~jack
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