tismer at stackless.com
Wed Nov 13 22:40:21 CET 2013
Hi Kristjan and 2.8 heroes,
On 13/11/13 15:04, Kristján Valur Jónsson wrote:
> Python 2.7.6 is upon us.
> I'll merge it in presently.
that raises a question concerning python 2.8.
What would you say: Is 2.8 starting like any new python version,
first version 2.8.0b1 and whatnot?
Or: Does stackless 2.8 simply mirror the 2.7 numbering scheme,
because 2.8 is just a clone of the respective 2.7 versions, with some
back-ported features from 3.X?
IOW. would I try to produce a 2.8.5 final right now? And a 2.8.6 later
the version is still bloody, stackless-wise?
And how about micro-numbers, are they sufficient to maintain the
version of the added functionality? Or do we still need an extra version
for stackless appended?
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