barry at python.org
Thu Apr 26 16:31:50 CEST 2012
On Apr 25, 2012, at 11:31 PM, Eric Snow wrote:
>The proposal of adding sys.implementation has come up a couple times
>over the last few years.  While the reaction has been
>overwhelmingly positive, nothing has come of it. I've created a
>tracker issue and a patch:
>The patch adds a struct sequence that holds ("name" => "CPython",
>"version" => sys.version_info). If later needs dictate more fields,
>we can cross that bridge then.
>Are there any objections? Considering the positive reaction and the
>scope of the addition, does this need a PEP?
It's somewhat of a corner case, but I think a PEP couldn't hurt. The
rationale section would be useful, at least.
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