|From:||Matt Mackall <mpm-AT-selenic.com>|
|To:||Neal Becker <ndbecker2-AT-gmail.com>|
|Subject:||Re: The 1.7 freeze has started!|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Oct 2010 12:38:22 -0500|
On Thu, 2010-10-21 at 08:23 -0400, Neal Becker wrote: > Matt Mackall wrote: > > > I've merged default into stable. No more commits on the default branch > > until 1.7 is released (Nov 1), normal rules for stable apply: bug fixes > > and doc fixes only. > > > > Please help us test the upcoming 1.7 release by running builds from the > > stable branch. > > > > Does any test on python3? Nope. Despite the successful GSoC project, there's still a long way to go to make Py3k work, and no one particularly interested in it or demanding it. In fact, overall Py3k uptake is very slow. Which isn't very surprising, as there's very little to gain by switching to it and more than a little headache. At any rate, most of the world appears to still be on Python 2.6 and can blissfully ignore that's there's no 2.8 planned for probably another year or more. Which means the Python devs still have a year to come to their senses about discontinuing the language people actually use. -- Mathematics is the supreme nostalgia of our time.
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