[Python-Dev] [Web-SIG] WSGI is now Python 3-friendly
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Mon Sep 27 20:42:57 CEST 2010
On 27/09/2010 18:22, Terry Reedy wrote:
> On 9/26/2010 9:38 PM, P.J. Eby wrote:
>> At 11:15 AM 9/27/2010 +1000, Ben Finney wrote:
>> You misunderstand me; I wasn't asking how to *add* a link, but how to
>> turn OFF the automatic conversion of the phrase "PEP 333" that happens
>> without any special markup.
>> Currently, the PEP 3333 preface is littered with unnecessary links,
>> because the PEP pre-processor turns *every* mere textual mention of a
>> PEP into a link to it.
> Ouch. This is about as annoying as Thunderbird's message editor
> popping up a windowed asking me what file I want to at.tach everytime
> I write the word "at-tach' or a derivative without the extra
> punctuation. It would definitely not be the vehicle for writing about
> at=mentment syndromes.
I'd normally send this type of email off-list, but if I send it on list
then hopefully you don't get twenty other emails saying the same thing...
If you don't like Thunderbird warning you about attaching files then
switch that off!
Preferences -> Composition -> Check for missing attachments
All the best,
> Suggestion pending something better from rst/PEP experts:
> "This PEP extends PEP 333 (abbreviated P333 hereafter)."
> perhaps with "to avoid auto-link creation" added before ')' to
> pre-answer pesky questions and to avoid some editor re-expanding the
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