From: Stuart Donaldson <stu@as...> - 2002-12-13 02:44:15
I realized that I have put a couple of patches up on sourceforge.net in
the patch area that actually fix bugs. In the interest of completeness,
should I enter bugs against these? Or is having the patch in the patch
database sufficient to get them looked at, and incorporated into the CVS
There was talk a short while back about coming out with a 0.8 release
pretty soon, and it would be nice to get some of the reported bugs and
patches either incorporated, or marked as deferred or rejected for that
In summary, the two issues I submitted patches on are:
[ 641312 ] addContext call of contextInitialize
This deals with the a bug where if a module is imported before it is
loaded via addContext, the contextInitialize will never get called.
[ 642612 ] FancyTraceback fails if source missing
This one addresses a problem in the function which returns the source
filename of modules in a traceback. If the source file is not in
sys.path, or in my case was not in the absolute path it was in when the
.pyc file was compiled, then the function failed to return a value which
caused the fancytraceback to fail. Note: this is the case for redhat
7.3 python library rpm's because the .pyc files are generated while the
.py files are in a temporary location.
Anyway, should I enter bugs against these to get them into a queue to be
looked at prior to a release? Or is having them in the patch database
-- Stuart Donaldson --
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