[Tracker-discuss] Version Python 3.0 and "py3k" keyword

"Martin v. Löwis" martin at v.loewis.de
Sun Jan 6 22:44:12 CET 2008


>> No. I was about to drop the py3k keyword, when I found that there
>> are so many issues that would be affected. If all the issues
>> that have the py3k keyword also have the 3.0 version, we should
>> still drop the keyword.
> 
> I'm sorry if I'm oblivious to Roundup's internals, but couldn't that
> be done with a simple SQL query?

It probably can be done - although I doubt that the query will be
simple. One query is probably not enough, either - you need to delete
and insert into multiple tables.

Furthermore, that won't give you log records, which I would like to
still have. Adding those can be done again with "simple" SQL queries,
of course.

In any case, you need direct access to the database (which I didn't
have until a week ago).

>> I'm not sure how implement this in an automated way, though,
>> preferably without sending out tons of nosy messages (in particular
>> for closed issues).
> 
> ... and that too?

If you completely bypass roundup, then yes, that won't send any
notifications.

Regards,
Martin


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