Python 1.6 and Python 3000's new features?

Emile van Sebille emile at fenx.com
Wed Mar 8 23:44:13 CET 2000


At that point, we'll all start supporting two code bases.  If
backwards compatibility is severely broken, I imagine there
will be sufficient support to propagate python 1.x.

At-least-I'm-not-supporting-hp150-anymore-ly y'rs

Emile van Sebille
emile at fenx.com
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From: Fredrik Lundh <effbot at telia.com>
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Subject: Re: Python 1.6 and Python 3000's new features?

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> for the time being, I think everyone is better off if
> they think of "Python 3000" as a phrase used by
> Python developers when they really mean "what
> if we wouldn't have to care so much about back-
> wards compatibility"...
> 
> or maybe "once we find some spare time"
> 
> (heck, I don't think anyone knows exactly what
> 1.6 will contain yet, and there will most likely be
> a 1.7 after that ;-)
> 
> </F>
> 
> 
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