ETA for Win32all under Python 2.2?

Don Tuttle tuttledon at mailandnews.com
Fri Dec 28 23:18:28 CET 2001


FYI, Mark is in transition as he is no longer with ActiveStake.  (Seems more
accurate then "ActiveState") Read the recent thread "Fate of Win32all"
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&threadm=7876a8ea.0112212116.2ebabc23%4
0posting.google.com&rnum=1&prev=/groups%3Fq%3Dfate%2Bof%2Bwin32all%26hl%3Den
%26group%3Dcomp.lang.python.*%26rnum%3D1%26selm%3D7876a8ea.0112212116.2ebabc
23%2540posting.google.com

Don

"David Brady" <daves_spam_dodging_account at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.1009566632.18455.python-list at python.org...
> GAAAAAH!  It doesn't exist yet!
>
> I want to say something bitter, like "Python is dead
> to me," but saying "Python 2.2 is as yet unborn to me"
> just comes off wobbly and obtuse.
>
> Mark, I recall a poster I had in the mid-80's that had
> definitions of various computer terms on it.  It had
> the following definition:
>
> CHAINING: Method of attaching programmers to their
> desks to increase output.
>
> Is Win32all for 2.2 done yet?  If you write back to
> say no, I'll be forced to beat you for fiddling with
> e-mail when you should be writing code... :-)
>
> Ah, but seriously.  Great package.  So great that I
> really can't afford to move to Python 2.2 until
> Win32all supports it... so, if threats don't work,
> I'll resort to bribes and then to begging.  Tell me
> where you want the cookies sent.  :-)
>
> Any idea of an ETA?
>
> So-anxiously-awaiting-Win32all-that-I'm-copying-Mark's-sig-style
> ly,
>
> -dB
> P.S. There's a longstanding rule in my family: you're
> not allowed to complain about anything you could fix
> yourself.  I'd offer to help, but "a beating" was the
> funnier of the two threats.  :-)
>
> =====
> David Brady
> daves_spam_dodging_account at yahoo.com
> I'm feeling very surreal today... or *AM* I?
>
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