will python 3000 break my code?

Emile van Sebille emile at fenx.com
Fri Feb 11 14:54:53 CET 2000


Steve,

Until someone picks the short straw and has to go monitor an
advocacy group this is the right place.  It's only when you
get into the 'asked-and-answered' stage of responses that
things won't progress.  At that point, you make it your own,
a la VIPER or Stackless, or simply accept that Guido will
continue to do-the-right-thing.

Emile van Sebille
emile at fenx.com
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----- Original Message -----
From: Steve Holden <sholden at bellatlantic.net>
Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
To: <python-list at python.org>
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2000 5:02 AM
Subject: Re: will python 3000 break my code?


> The timbot wrote:
> >
> > [Ronald L. Dilsavor]
> > > I am in the process of deciding whether to have a team of folks
> > > invest in implementing our product in Python and this [presumed
> > > incompatibility of Python 3000] was one of the "cons" on my list.
> >
> > As it should be!  Don't overvalue it, though.  For example, even if
Python
> > 3000 is an *entirely different language*, no C program stopped
working the
> > day C++ was released -- or a decade later, either.
> >
> > [much other reassuring and sensible stuff]
> >
> > it's-not-really-that-scary!-ly y'rs  - tim
>
> With trepidation, I write to ask what the appropriate forum is for
> suggesting language improvements -- and I don't mean introducing
> redundant bracketing for block delimitation.  However, recent threads
> have persuaded me that this probably isn't the forum for my lame
> suggestions: you guys are busy enough.  I would have talked to people
> at the conference, but then the weather and a client emergency meant
> that all I got for my fee was an email acknowledgement.  Next year,
> maybe...
>
> regards
>  Steve
> --
> "If computing ever stops being fun, I'll stop doing it"
> --
> http://www.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
>








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