[Python-Dev] My collection of Python 3.5.0 regressions
R. David Murray
rdmurray at bitdance.com
Fri Sep 18 17:27:36 CEST 2015
Once Steve comes back from vacation he's going to have a lot of Windows
install issues to look at. IMO, we should resolve those, and then issue
It's really too bad more people didn't test the installation with the
release candidates, and I'm very glad that those people who did so did
so....I know there were a significant number of issues with the new
Windows installer infrastructure that were caught and fixed before final.
On Fri, 18 Sep 2015 15:18:32 +0200, Victor Stinner <victor.stinner at gmail.com> wrote:
> (Oh hey, I don't understand how I sent the previous email. Mistake
> with keyboard shortcut in Gmail?)
> Sadly, Python 3.5.0 comes with regressions. FYI I fixed the following
> "OSError in os.waitpid() on Windows"
> "Windows: datetime.datetime.now() raises an OverflowError for date
> after year 2038"
> "3.5: Include/pyatomic.h is incompatible with OpenMP (compilation of
> the third-party yt module fails on Python 3.5)"
> It may be good to not wait too long before releasing a first 3.5.1
> bugfix version :-)
> I just pushed fixes. We may wait a little bit for buildbots ;-)
> There are some more issues which may be Python 3.5 regressions:
> "Regression: test_datetime fails on 3.5, Win 7, works on 3.4"
> "asynico: add ssl_object extra info"
> "test_httpservers hangs on 3.5.0, win 7"
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