[Python-Dev] Any detail list of change between version2.1-2.2-2.3-2.4 of Python?
aahz at pythoncraft.com
Sun Aug 28 16:00:41 CEST 2005
On Sun, Aug 28, 2005, Terry Reedy wrote:
> "FAN" <sharprazor at gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:51ec6a95050827210210a408e9 at mail.gmail.com...
>> You know Jython (Java version of Python) has only a stable version
>> of 2.1, and two alpha version was release after 3 years. So if it
>> wants to evolve to 2.2 , 2.3 or 2.4 as Python, some detail change
>> list was need, and it's great if there are some test case script to
>> test the new implemention version. So does Python has this kinds of
>> things? Where can I find them or something like this?
All changes are supposed to be in Misc/NEWS. You should also be able to
use most of the test cases in Python itself, which are in Lib/test/
However, you should also read
Had you read the various docs about Python development, you would
certainly have figured out Lib/test/ on your own.
> I believe this question is off-topic here, which is for dicussion of
> future changes. If you ask the same question on comp.lang.python or
> the mail or gmane.org equivalent, or perhaps in the search box at
> python.org, I am sure you will get an answer.
Because this is about the future of Jython, it's entirely appropriate
for discussion here -- python-dev is *NOT* just for CPython. (It's
similar to questions about porting.) As long as people ask questions of
the appropriate level, that is.
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