[Python-Dev] 2.5 status
brett at python.org
Tue Sep 5 20:25:53 CEST 2006
On 9/4/06, Neal Norwitz <nnorwitz at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are 3 bugs currently listed in PEP 356 as blocking:
> http://python.org/sf/1551432 - __unicode__ breaks on exception
I replied on the bug report, but might as well comment here.
The problem with this bug is that BaseException now defines a __unicode__()
method in its PyMethodDef. That intercepts the unicode() call on the class
and it complains it was not handed an instance. I guess the only way to fix
this is to toss out the __unicode__() method and change the tp_str function
to return Unicode as needed (unless someone else has a better idea). Or the
bug can be closed as Won't Fix.
http://python.org/sf/1550938 - improper exception w/relative import
> http://python.org/sf/1541697 - sgmllib regexp bug causes hang
> Does anyone want to fix the sgmlib issue? If not, we should revert
> this week before c2 is cut. I'm hoping that we will have *no changes*
> in 2.5 final from c2. Should there be any bugs/patches added to or
> removed from the list?
> The buildbots are currently humming along, but I believe all 3
> versions (2.4, 2.5, and 2.6) are fine.
> Test out 2.5c1+ and report all bugs!
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