[Python-Dev] Reminder: Python 3.5 beta 1 will be tagged tomorrow
chris.barker at noaa.gov
Fri May 22 23:29:13 CEST 2015
Is it too late to get the isclose() code (PEP 485) into 3.5?
I posted the code here, and got a tiny bit of review, but have not yet
merged it into the source tree -- and don't know the process for getting it
committed to the official source.
So -- too late, or should I try to get that merge done soon -- if so, how?
On Fri, May 22, 2015 at 12:53 PM, Larry Hastings <larry at hastings.org> wrote:
> Howdy howdy. It's-a me, Larry, your friendly neighborhood Python 3.5
> Release Manager.
> Somewhere around 2 or 3pm tomorrow I expect to tag Python 3.5 beta 1.
> We'll actually release beta 1 on Sunday, once the binary installers are all
> Beta 1 is also feature-freeze, meaning no new features may be added to 3.5
> without my permission. Since it seems useful to have a specific cutoff
> time, please stop adding features at ** 8pm Saturday UTC **. (That's 1pm
> Pacific Daylight Time. It's also almost exactly 24 hours from... now.)
> I remind you that this time we're trying something new: we're going to
> create the 3.5 branch when we release beta 1, allowing feature development
> (for 3.6) to continue in trunk. At the point that I check in and push beta
> 1, I'll also merge all checkins from trunk back into the 3.5 branch. After
> that it'll be responsibility of the person checking in to check their bug
> fixes in to the appropriate place. So please keep in mind: once the 3.5
> branch becomes generally available on Sunday, the usual rules for a release
> branch will apply: bug fixes for 3.5 should be checked in to the 3.5 branch
> and get merged forward into trunk.
> If you have new features you want to ship with Python 3.5, please check
> them in as soon as possible!
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