cpython Log


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[805c22] by Thomas Heller Thomas Heller

Fix a typo.

2002-07-04 08:36:53 Tree
[80162d] by Steve Holden Steve Holden

Revise asyncore documentation and document asynchat for the first time.

2002-07-03 18:36:39 Tree
[6cd932] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

No need to be ambiguous about *how* extended slices and built-in types
have changed.

Uncomment a heading so that PendingDeprecationWarning doesn't seem so
out of place.

2002-07-03 12:02:01 Tree
[7336f5] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Fix up a few more consistency nits and incorrectly applied markup.
Further clarify the English-centricity of fix_sentence_endings.

2002-07-03 05:08:48 Tree
[f7c0d6] by Barry Warsaw Barry Warsaw

append(): Clarify the expected type of charset.

2002-07-03 05:04:04 Tree
[8ceee6] by Kurt B. Kaiser Kurt B. Kaiser

Debugger Exception Info and GUI Stack Exception Traceback: finish
implementation.

2002-07-03 03:55:43 Tree
[667662] by Tim Peters Tim Peters

Stop trying to cater to platforms with a broken HUGE_VAL definition. It
breaks other platforms (in this case, the hack for broken Cray systems in
turn caused failure on a Mac system broken in a different way).

2002-07-03 03:31:20 Tree
[46a84d] by Mark Hammond Mark Hammond

Update freeze to use zlib 1.1.4.

From patch: [ 574532 ] Update freeze to use zlib 1.1.4

2002-07-03 02:40:25 Tree
[f8d41e] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Add annotations that describe the change in the "errors" and "failures"
attributes of the TestResult.

2002-07-02 22:46:42 Tree
[51481b] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Update the documentation of the errors and failures attributes of the
TestResult object. Add an example of how to get even more information for
apps that can use it.
Closes SF bug #558278.

2002-07-02 22:34:44 Tree
[cfcfb5] by Tim Peters Tim Peters

Another stab at SF 576327: zipfile when sizeof(long) == 8
binascii_crc32(): The previous patch forced this to return the same
result across platforms. This patch deals with that, on a 64-bit box,
the *entry* value may have "unexpected" bits in the high four bytes.

Bugfix candidate.

2002-07-02 22:24:50 Tree
[f7abbd] by Tim Peters Tim Peters

visit_decref(): Added another assert.

2002-07-02 22:15:28 Tree
[2a2057] by Greg Ward Greg Ward

Don't list all the keyword args to the TextWrapper constructor in the
classdesc -- just use "..." with prose explaining the correspondence
between keyword args and instance attributes.

Document 'width' along with the other instance attributes.

Describe default values consistently.

Typo fixes.

2002-07-02 21:48:12 Tree
[dbb14f] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Be consistent with the functions in the posix/nt module: docstrings
don't include a " -> None" for functions that have no return value.

2002-07-02 21:28:04 Tree
[68995e] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Attempt to clarify removedirs().
Based on SF bug #574773.

2002-07-02 21:03:49 Tree
[4298e2] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Deal with & remove the XXX comments.
Change the markup to be more like the rest of the documentation.

2002-07-02 20:37:12 Tree
[bc00ee] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Abstract the creation of signature lines for callable things; the new
\py@sigline macro will wrap the argument list so it will not extend into
the right margin.
Substantially based on a contribution from Dave Cole.
This addresses one of the comments in SF bug #574742.

2002-07-02 20:32:50 Tree
[b185c8] by Tim Peters Tim Peters

Fix for SF bug #576327: zipfile when sizeof(long) == 8
binascii_crc32(): Make this return a signed 4-byte result across
platforms. The other way to make this platform-independent would be to
make it return an unsigned unbounded int, but the evidence suggests
other code out there treats it like a signed 4-byte int (e.g., existing
code writing the result with struct.pack "l" format).

Bugfix candidate.

2002-07-02 20:20:08 Tree
[b74d4a] by Jeremy Hylton Jeremy Hylton

Convert raise to call exception class. Add whitespace.

2002-07-02 20:19:08 Tree
[86dfb9] by Jeremy Hylton Jeremy Hylton

Repair badly formatted code.

2002-07-02 18:25:00 Tree
[22d2f0] by Tim Peters Tim Peters

Finished transitioning to using gc_refs to track gc objects' states.
This was mostly a matter of adding comments and light code rearrangement.
Upon untracking, gc_next is still set to NULL. It's a cheap way to
provoke memory faults if calling code is insane. It's also used in some
way by the trashcan mechanism.

2002-07-02 18:12:35 Tree
[6fed13] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Remove bogus assignment to self.length in NamedNodeMap.__delitem__().

2002-07-02 17:27:06 Tree
[e66ced] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Minor markup adjustments, consistency changes, and shorten a long
line.

2002-07-02 16:17:58 Tree
[800912] by Fred Drake Fred Drake

Add refcount info for PyErr_SetFromWindowsErr() and
PyErr_SetFromWindowsErrWithFilename().

2002-07-02 16:16:18 Tree
[15447a] by Thomas Heller Thomas Heller

Docs for PyErr_SetFromWindowsErrWithFilename() and
PyErr_SetFromWindowsErr().
Fixes SF# 576016, with additional markup.

2002-07-02 15:47:03 Tree
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