Is that right? I was testing it against the old test files from Jython 2.2.a1 release.

Just now, I tested 2.3 test_types.py file. It failed because "yield" is not implemented.

What's the result of running following script in you jython build? My result is "prod is not long". (This script is made based on test_types.py).

import sys
m = -sys.maxint - 1
# Check for expected * overflow to long.
prod = m - 1
if type(prod) is not long:
        print 'prod is not long'

Thx,

Yan


On 1/17/06, Carlos Quiroz <jython@cquiroz.mailworks.org> wrote:
Hi

Have you tested this against Python 2.3 tests? All the type related
tests should be done against that version since jython it is now in
between 2.2 and 2.3 with respect to types.

Carlos

On Tue, 17 Jan 2006 12:38:15 -0800, "Yan Weng" < wengyan@gmail.com> said:
> Hi,
>
> The head version fails test_types.py. It fails on test on "long". I guess
> it
> is related to the subType change because the 2.2.a1 works. Is there
> anyone
> working on this issue?
>
> Thx,
>
> Yan


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