[Python-Dev] Building next alphas
barry at python.org
Thu Apr 3 06:21:11 CEST 2008
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On Apr 2, 2008, at 6:00 PM, Barry Warsaw wrote:
> This is a reminder that I am going to start building the next alpha
> releases for Python 2.6 and 3.0 now. Please, no checkins unless you
> get approval from me, and until you hear that the freeze is lifted.
> I am now on freenode #python-dev, IM, and Jabber if you need to
> contact me.
I've been battling the flu and got distracted for a few hours tonight,
so I'm not quite done with the releases. However, I've tagged and
tar'd 'em so it should just be a matter of uploading the files and
updating the site. I should finish tomorrow.
I'm thawing the trees, so you can go ahead and start committing things
again, but /please/ be especially conservative over the next 24-48
hours. Make sure your changes don't break anything, just in case my
virus-addled brain screwed something up and I need to cut another
P.S. Huge thanks to Benjamin Peterson, both for a quick last minute
fix to the 3.0 NEWS file via IRC, and his wonderful release.py
script. I've hacked it up a bit, but it was exactly what I was
looking for, and it made things go much smoother this time.
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