[Python-Dev] Nab those release blockers!
barry at python.org
Wed Jun 11 14:04:43 CEST 2008
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On Jun 9, 2008, at 7:28 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> Benjamin Peterson wrote:
>> As we approach the planned first betas for 2.6/3.0, my heart sinks
>> when I see the imposing list of 16 release blockers.  Luckily,
>> of the issues have patches that just need *your* review. Others,
>> namely the Py3k exception issues, may require a little more
>> discussion, but I'm sure we can get it done.
> For issue 643841 (providing a ProxyMixin class in a new typetools
> module), aside from the minor tweak mentioned in the last couple of
> comments, I'm basically looking for a yea or nay from Barry or
> Guido. I think it's the best answer we're going to find to the
> problem of how to write type-agnostic delegation classes in a Python
> world without classic classes.
I've updated the issue with my own opinion. Let's see what Guido
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