[Stackless] Stackless Python 2.7.3

Werner Thie werner at thieprojects.ch
Tue Mar 19 13:32:12 CET 2013

Thxs, wouldn't it be the right thing to push the changes forward, given 
that 2.7.3 is the end of the python2 line?

I'm willing to do the work, but would need a guiding hand. So far I've 
only used the tarballs on MSW and the Mac and out of desparation did the 
homebrew attempt of getting stackless into the brew, which didn't work 
out, because the guardians feared another python variant destroying the 
'standard' Apple environment. Therefore my formula didn't even make it 
into a tap variant, but still it's alive.

I fear all this does make me only one-eyed among the stackless savants


On 3/19/13 11:33 AM, Anselm Kruis wrote:
> Hi Werner,
> I'm not in charge to give a definitive answer to your question, but I
> doubt that anybody will create an official 2.7.3 tarball. Some stackless
> bugs were fixed after the release of CPython 2.7.3 and nobody did
> backport these fixes to 2.7.3. The best choice is probably the tip of
> the branch "2.7-slp". You can download the current version from
> http://hg.python.org/stackless.
> Regards
>    Anselm
> Am 15.03.2013 18:59, schrieb Werner Thie:
>> Hi all
>> will there be an export tarball of 2.7.3 on
>> http://www.stackless.com/binaries/
>> I'm asking because homebrew on the Mac is relying on websites providing
>> tarballs for the basic formula.
>> Is there such a thing like a naming convention for having side by side
>> installations with standard python, like
>> python27-slp
>> with site-packages being in
>> HOMEBREW_PREFIX+"lib/python2.7-slp/site-packages
>> Thxs, Werner
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