On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 1:54 PM, Stefan Ram <r...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> Chris Angelico <ros...@gmail.com> writes:
>>On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 12:57 PM, Stefan Ram <r...@zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
>>>AFAIK standard Python has no GUI library at all, so Java SE
>>>and C# already are better than Python insofar as they
>>>include a standard GUI toolkit at all! In Python one first
>>>has to choose between more than a dozen of »GUI frameworks«,
>>>and then the result of the comparison between Python and Java SE
>>>would depend on that choice.
>>Define "standard Python".
>   »Standard Python 2.7.6 (or 3.4.1)« contains all those and
>   only those features that are available under every
>   implementation of Python 2.7.6 (or 3.4.1, respectively).
>   It is the set of features an implementation must compass to
>   call itself »an implementation of Python 2.7.6 (or 3.4.1,
>   respectively)«.

The os module would have to be considered part of the standard
library, but its contents differ according to your OS. And quite a bit
of stuff isn't in a "python3-minimal" package on Debian - such as the
threading module, which is definitely part of the standard library. So
is python3-minimal not properly Python 3?

By the way, how come when I quote your post and send stuff back UTF-8,
your mailer then quotes it, doesn't transcode it, and sticks an
ISO-8859-1 header on it? Note above, your quotes are borked.


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