I am hereby happy to tell you that by removing the call to enumerate()
in the publisher code, the whole test suite passes on Python 2.2
without any further patch or hack. I've checked in the modification
which this time should not pose any problem since it's pretty basic
and non intrusive.


2006/2/2, Graham Dumpleton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On 02/02/2006, at 5:42 PM, Nicolas Lehuen wrote:
> > That's it ! People with Python 2.2 could use "PythonImport
> > mod_python.python22 INTERPRETER_NAME" in their configuration file to
> > make sure mod_python supports Python 2.2. The only problem is the need
> > to provide an interpreter name, which complicates things a little bit
> > in the case of the test suite.
> >
> > Then again, the only thing which prevents Python 2.2 support right now
> > is the use of enumerate(), so we could just check whether we could do
> > without enumerate() and support Python 2.2 out of the box.
> The code didn't used to use enumerate() in that one place and it worked
> then. Just means having to have a counter that is manually incremented.
> Don't have access to code right now, else would post changed code. :-)
> Graham

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