[Python-Dev] Backports galore
victor.stinner at gmail.com
Sun Jun 16 20:59:26 CEST 2013
There is also faulthandler on PyPI. It is not really a backport since the
project developement started on PyPI.
Le dimanche 16 juin 2013, Łukasz Langa a écrit :
> Now we have (at least) the following libraries backported from 3.2+ to
> older versions of Python by members of the core team:
> - configparser
> - enum34
> - singledispatch
> - subprocess32
> - unittest2
> There are also unofficial backports like billiard (multiprocessing).
> I would be happy if all those were more discoverable by the community
> at large. Having a single namespace for backports would be great but
> my spidey sense forebodes large flocks of bike sheds flying that way.
> Can we put links to those backports in the docs of older versions of
> Python? Most users would be better off using the updated packages
> while still deploying on an older release of Python.
> Best regards,
> Łukasz Langa
> WWW: http://lukasz.langa.pl/
> Twitter: @llanga
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