tim.one at home.com
Sun Jul 22 21:11:50 CEST 2001
[Thomas Heller, reverts the string-methods changes to doctest.py in
current CVS Python]
> Thanks to cvs update -j 1.3 -j 1.2 and manually fixing the two or
> threee conflicts it was easy, with _one_ exception:
> There is a 'from __future__ import generators' line, which
> makes sense for 2.2, but throws SyntaxError in 2.1 and 2.0,
> and ImportError in 1.5.2.
> Unfortunately it cannot be wrapped by try: except: because
> it must occur at the beginning of the file.
> Any idea?
What are you trying to accomplish? A single version of doctest that runs
under all versions of Python? Then comment out that line and you're done.
The generator-future stmt is needed in CVS (only) so that test_generators.py
passes (doctest itself doesn't use generators), and the need is due to
unresolved general issues spelled out in PEP 236 (see the "Paritally
Resolved Problem: Runtime Compilation" section).
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