py3k s***s

Aaron Watters aaron.watters at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 21:32:00 CEST 2008


> > Also in the case of C/java etc changing the infrastructure
> > is less scary because you usually find out about problems
> > when the compile or link fails.  For Python you may not find
> > out about it until the program has been run many times.
> > Perhaps this will inspire improved linters and better coding
> > practices....
>
> Better coding practices such as extensive unit tests?

Greetings from Earth.  What planet are you from? :)

There is always the possibility that frustrated
programmers will decide that "using something other
than python" is a "better coding practice".  I've seen
it happen.

  -- Aaron Watters

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