[Python-Dev] Status of PEP 3143?
benjamin at python.org
Wed Dec 8 22:34:14 CET 2010
2010/12/8 Ben Finney <ben+python at benfinney.id.au>:
> Benjamin Peterson <benjamin at python.org> writes:
>> 2010/12/8 Kirk McDonald <kirklin.mcdonald at gmail.com>:
>> > What is the status of PEP 3143? It appears to be aimed at 3.2, but
>> > there does not appear to be a resolution on it.
> I am the PEP 3143 author and champion. It hasn't been presented for a
> resolution yet.
> Development of the reference implementation is complete but not yet
> suitable for standard library inclusion; progress in that direction has
> stalled due to intermittent communication between the developers.
> Further questions specifically about the PEP content or its
> implementation to me directly, if you like. Or in ‘comp.lang.python’, if
> you prefer.
>> It's after beta freeze now, so definitely not 3.2.
> So it's not abandoned, but I don't know which version should be the
> current target. What change should I make to the PEP in such a case?
Put 3.3 or 3.x if you're thinking really long term. :)
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