[Python-Dev] Python 3.4: What to do about the Derby patches
larry at hastings.org
Mon Feb 17 18:36:17 CET 2014
On 02/16/2014 04:03 PM, Victor Stinner wrote:
> The PEP 436 is still a draft and not mentionned in Python 3.4
> changelog. The PEP proposes to add a DSL, not to modify all modules
> implemented in C. I think that it should be marked as Final and
> mentionned in the changelog.
I need to clean it up and submit it for final inspection. This is on my
to-do list for before 3.4.0 final.
> 2014-02-16 19:31 GMT+01:00 Larry Hastings <larry at hastings.org>:
>> 1) We merge the Derby patch for the builtins module into 3.4, simply because
>> it will "demo well".
> Where is the issue to implement this feature? Anyway, I expect a huge
> patch which is non-trivial and so very risky for such a very important
> module :-/ It's too late IMO.
The point is that it *is* trivial and not particularly risky. Doing
this right means that we execute essentially the same statements in the
same order, merely split across two functions, and with a slightly
different docstring. Literally the only detectable runtime difference
that should exist after applying the patch is that the functions now
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