Actually, I've been working with Python from CVS for quite awhile now, and as
of the latest Webware CVS and latest Python 2.0 CVS, I've encountered no
Chuck Esterbrook wrote:
> 6 people have responded to my questions about Python versions:
> * Everyone is using 1.5.2.
> * 4 will upgrade to 2.0 any time.
> * 1 will upgrade to 1.6 any time.
> * 1 does not wish to upgrade any time soon (due to large existing 1.5.2
> As described in an earlier msg, 0.5 will continue to be 1.5.2 based. We'll
> then revisit the Python version issue after it's release.
> I haven't scoped a timeline for 0.5, although as usual I'd like it to be
> less than 3 months. After such a long code freeze on 0.4, let's have some
> fun. :-)
> We can firm up timelines and plans several weeks from now.
> Also, if we can get CVS branches working, then we don't have freeze the
> whole frickin' thing in the future.
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