[Web-SIG] [Python-Dev] WSGI is now Python 3-friendly

P.J. Eby pje at telecommunity.com
Mon Sep 27 19:49:45 CEST 2010

At 01:22 PM 9/27/2010 -0400, Terry Reedy wrote:
>On 9/26/2010 9:38 PM, P.J. Eby wrote:
>>At 11:15 AM 9/27/2010 +1000, Ben Finney wrote:
>>You misunderstand me; I wasn't asking how to *add* a link, but how to
>>turn OFF the automatic conversion of the phrase "PEP 333" that happens
>>without any special markup.
>>Currently, the PEP 3333 preface is littered with unnecessary links,
>>because the PEP pre-processor turns *every* mere textual mention of a
>>PEP into a link to it.
>Ouch. This is about as annoying as Thunderbird's message editor 
>popping up a windowed asking me what file I want to at.tach 
>everytime I write the word "at-tach' or a derivative without the 
>extra punctuation. It would definitely not be the vehicle for 
>writing about at=mentment syndromes.
>Suggestion pending something better from rst/PEP experts:
>"This PEP extends PEP 333 (abbreviated P333 hereafter)."
>perhaps with "to avoid auto-link creation" added before ')' to 
>pre-answer pesky questions and to avoid some editor re-expanding the 

It turns out that using a backslash before the number (e.g. PEP \333) 
turns off the automatic conversion.

The PEP still hasn't showed up on Python.org, though, so I'm 
wondering if maybe I broke something else somewhere.

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