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From: Jonathan Simon <jonathan_s_simon@ya...> - 2003-06-18 14:40:06
I started digging through the archives, but I just thought I would throw this
out to the list. Can anyone give me a summary of what python version the next
version of Jython is going to implement? Also, any idea when.
Just a thought... it might be a good idea to update jython.org to reflect that.
I know several people I have been talking to are reluctant to use Jython
because alot of the content on the site is from 2001.
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At 07:39 18.06.2003 -0700, Jonathan Simon wrote:
>I started digging through the archives, but I just thought I would throw this
>out to the list. Can anyone give me a summary of what python version the next
>version of Jython is going to implement?
2.2 plus parts of 2.3 like:
- PEP 302 http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0302.html
because import needs an overhaul so it is worth to implement that directly
- various design changes wrt to new-style classes, in particular
the C3 MRO algorithm instead of the broken one in 2.2
http://www.python.org/doc/2.3b1/whatsnew/node17.html [look for C3 MRO]
>Also, any idea when.
when the substantial part of meaningful 2.2 tests pass.
If there is something for the end of the year I wouldn't be either
positively or negatively shocked.