[Python-ideas] Proposal to change Python version release cycle
stephanh42 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 5 14:53:34 EST 2017
After python39.dll I'd expect python3A.dll .
Or possibly python3⑽.dll
>>> len("python3⑽.dll") == len("python39.dll")
No worries, then.
2017-11-05 20:28 GMT+01:00 Serhiy Storchaka <storchaka at gmail.com>:
> 04.11.17 17:29, Wolfgang пише:
>> A good point but two digits minor version numbers have the possibility
>> to break a lot code. There is a lot of stuff out where a single digit
>> major version is assumed. Even the official Python build for windows
>> with python27.dll, python36.dll can be problematic because the dot
>> is omitted between numbers.
>> Other do the same for compilation they concatenate only majorminor for a
>> Then version 3.10 is the same as 31.0.
> Actually this is yet one argument against your idea. With your proposal 27
> will be the same as 2.7.
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