Re: 1.57 release plans
Peter Cock <p.j.a.cock <at> googlemail.com>
2011-04-04 13:10:19 GMT
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 1:51 PM, Brad Chapman <chapmanb <at> 50mail.com> wrote:
> [Windows installers]
>> They're up. I included one for Python 2.4 put stuck 'unsupported'
>> at the end of its filename.
> Awesome, thanks much.
>> I'm wondering if we should make a couple for Python 3.1 and 3.2
>> but clearly mark them as alpha quality? Perhaps a little branch
>> on github just to change the version to 1.57a and edit the setup.py
> This is a good idea and could help us get a sense of if people are
> using Python 3 yet.
>> Speaking of which, I found our first bug: I didn't add do2to3.py
>> to the manifest, so it isn't included in the tar ball or zip. This
>> means you can't install from a source release under Python 3.
>> Not a big issue as we haven't claimed to support Python 3 yet:
> Whoops. Should we freshen up the tarballs with this or wait until
> the next release?
I'm tempted to leave it as is. Anyone keen to use Biopython from
source under Python 3 can try from git.
> For your manifest fix, we should add do2to3.py to the MANIFEST.in