[issue43266] "String conversion and formatting" formatting messes up array subscripting

2021-02-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 4ebd637dde7d7e56b18926d2a70657abcac73df0 by Miss Islington (bot) in branch '3.8': closes bpo-43266: Improve array formatting. (GH-24573) (GH-24585) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/4ebd637dde7d7e56b18926d2a70657abcac73df0

[issue36346] Prepare for removing the legacy Unicode C API

2021-02-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 346afeb159a5a8b2e260d3de740019b64352660e by Miss Islington (bot) in branch '3.8': bpo-36346: Document removal schedule of deprecate APIs (GH-20879) (#24626) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/346afeb159a5a8b2e260d3de740019b64352660e

[issue42128] Structural Pattern Matching (PEP 634)

2021-02-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset a8e2615aa885a121b8cf8e9cd07696207356a25a by Pablo Galindo in branch 'master': bpo-42128: Add documentation for the new match-based AST nodes (GH-24673) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/a8e2615aa885a121b8cf8e9cd07696207356a25a

[issue42128] Structural Pattern Matching (PEP 634)

2021-02-27 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Folks, The What's New PR is open now. I've tried to focus more on the data type/shape examples over literal example. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue42

[issue42128] Structural Pattern Matching (PEP 634)

2021-02-27 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +23452 pull_request: https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/24667 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue42

[issue42128] Structural Pattern Matching (PEP 634)

2021-02-19 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Absolutely, I can help do that. On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 9:14 PM Guido van Rossum wrote: > > Guido van Rossum added the comment: > > Carol, the most urgent thing we have going is to come up with text for > what's new. I posted a PR that a

[issue42128] Structural Pattern Matching (PEP 634)

2021-02-19 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @Brandt Bucher @Guido van Rossum I'm finally getting some free time to get the docs workgroup up and running. I'm happy to help with any docs that you want for alpha and beyond. On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 8:27 PM Guido van Rossum wrote: > > Guido van

[issue42179] Clarify chaining exceptions in tutorial/errors.rst

2020-12-15 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 3f9fe23c05280dc5736c07bb0e968cdaf8c503d0 by Vladimir in branch 'master': bpo-42179: Clarify exception chaining (GH-23160) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/3f9fe23c05280dc5736c07bb0e968cdaf8c503d0

[issue42612] Software Designer

2020-12-12 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi @Deepanshu. I'm sorry that you are having difficulty with your script. While we wish to be helpful, it's difficult to troubleshoot whether this is a program issue or a CPython bug. I recommend asking on Stack Overflow or the Python Discourse Users channel

[issue42179] Clarify chaining exceptions in tutorial/errors.rst

2020-11-05 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks Vladimir for raising the issue, and Inada-san and Eric for following up on it. I recommend the following: - merge PR-23162 including its reference to builtin exceptions - after merge of PR-23162, reworking PR-23160 to provide a brief note about

[issue40046] Increase test coverage of the random module

2020-03-30 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks Serhiy for the explanation. I agree with Raymond about the doc change. Raymond, These tests, after reading Serihy's response, make sense to me. Let's revisit and reconsider the PR on the tests without the doc change. Thanks

[issue40046] Increase test coverage of the random module

2020-03-30 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi Raymond and Serhiy, Serhiy, Was there a specific use case or regression that you felt the tests would be helpful? -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue40

[issue39417] Link to "Python Packaging User Guide: Creating and using virtual environments" is broken

2020-02-10 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset c4a65ed7fe342bd18b5a5b0eea3470dc4fc31160 by Ogi Moore in branch 'master': bpo-39417: Fix broken link to guide to building venvs (GH-18432) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/c4a65ed7fe342bd18b5a5b0eea3470dc4fc31160 -- nosy

[issue39498] Signpost security considerations in library

2020-02-10 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I agree that a helpful entry in the index would be a nice addition. Christian would be the person to start with since he probably has ideas what would be useful too. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <ht

[issue39369] Doc: Update mmap readline method documentation

2020-02-10 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 6c9974e12c50150149b989aaef68be1fe46ea670 by Wellington Pardim in branch 'master': bpo-39369 Doc: Update mmap readline method documentation (GH-17957) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/6c9974e12c50150149b989aaef68be1fe46ea670

[issue39600] idle_test: test_fontlist_key() fails if two font families have the same name

2020-02-10 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset ed335cf53b5d4bca9a08c9b83ba684ba17be0f10 by Victor Stinner in branch 'master': bpo-39600, IDLE: Remove duplicated font names (GH-18430) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/ed335cf53b5d4bca9a08c9b83ba684ba17be0f10 -- nosy

[issue38419] The path of check-c-globals.py on README is wrong

2019-10-22 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 20bf8e08a18c0f1eab49c54f3bd56f8364a2f5cc by Carol Willing (AMIR) in branch 'master': bpo-38419: fix "check-c-globals" path (GH-16680) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/20bf8e08a18c0f1eab49c54f3bd56f8364a2f5cc -- nosy:

[issue38248] inconsistency in asyncio.Task between cancellation while running vs. cancellation immediately after it finishes

2019-09-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 16cec136b75daf438080a5b6685d2679dfa406af by Carol Willing (Miss Islington (bot)) in branch '3.8': bpo-38248: Fix inconsistent immediate asyncio.Task cancellation (GH-16330) (GH-16383) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue38248] inconsistency in asyncio.Task between cancellation while running vs. cancellation immediately after it finishes

2019-09-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset edad4d89e357c92f70c0324b937845d652b20afd by Carol Willing (Yury Selivanov) in branch 'master': bpo-38248: Fix inconsistent immediate asyncio.Task cancellation (GH-16330) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue38255] Replace "method" with "attribute" in the description of super()

2019-09-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @maggyero Thanks for the PR and working to improve the docs. For this particular issue, I prefer PR 16368 for its brevity and common use case. I'm recommending that it be merged. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python

[issue38034] Typo on logging.handlers.QueueListener documentation

2019-09-11 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset f357cd022ec82a4099ac7a09047d2b556a1c91ec by Carol Willing (Miss Islington (bot)) in branch '3.8': bpo-38034: Fix typo in logging.handlers.rst (GH-15708) (GH-15893) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/f357cd022ec82a4099ac7a09047d2b556a1c91ec

[issue38034] Typo on logging.handlers.QueueListener documentation

2019-09-11 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 2a8560ae99213954158789b9dd7275b8ffa2086a by Carol Willing (Miss Islington (bot)) in branch '3.7': bpo-38034: Fix typo in logging.handlers.rst (GH-15708) (GH-15894) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/2a8560ae99213954158789b9dd7275b8ffa2086a

[issue38034] Typo on logging.handlers.QueueListener documentation

2019-09-11 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset efd5741ae953e50a6654e04cf731da86a1307296 by Carol Willing (wwuck) in branch 'master': bpo-38034: Fix typo in logging.handlers.rst (GH-15708) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/efd5741ae953e50a6654e04cf731da86a1307296 -- nosy

[issue37860] Add netlify deploy preview for docs

2019-08-21 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 87bc3b7a0b0c41ea5da2aa137c4145f437a1c9fd by Carol Willing (Ashwin Ramaswami) in branch 'master': bpo-37860: Add netlify deploy preview for docs (GH-15288) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/87bc3b7a0b0c41ea5da2aa137c4145f437a1c9fd

[issue34985] python finds test modules from the wrong directory during PGO build

2019-08-11 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: When building from the gzipped source of 3.8.0b3, I am seeing similar crashes on Ubuntu 18.04. Running ``make clean`` prior to ``configure`` and ``make`` seems to have resolved the issue. After this the regrtest was being found in the 3.8.0b3 directory. I

[issue37391] MacOS Touchpad scrolling crashes IDLE

2019-06-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: George, This is a Homebrew build issue (see additional notes on the Brew forum https://discourse.brew.sh/t/cannot-get-python-to-use-tcl-tk-version-8-6/3563. You may wish to try the suggestions found there. My recommendation would be to use the official

[issue37276] Incorrect number of running calls in ProcessPoolExecutor

2019-06-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I've run the code snippet several times on Mac 10.14.5 with Python 3.7.3. I'm not able to replicate your result for the `ProcessPoolExecutor` but can replicate results for `ThreadPoolExecutor`. Do you have another example where you are seeing this behavior

[issue37391] MacOS Touchpad scrolling crashes IDLE

2019-06-25 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks for the additional information Rakesh. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue37391> ___ ___ Python-bug

[issue37391] MacOS Touchpad scrolling crashes IDLE

2019-06-24 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi George, What language and encoding are you using on your system? Are you using UTF-16? I haven't been able to reproduce this on my Mac Mojave with an Anaconda Python 3.7.3 install. -- nosy: +willingc

[issue37250] C files generated by Cython set tp_print to 0: PyTypeObject.tp_print removed

2019-06-24 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thank you Petr. Looking at your response, the full discussion here, and the fact that we don't have an easy way to put a number on who would be impacted, I agree that merging the PR seems the best course of action. Thanks Stefan for additional follow up

[issue37250] C files generated by Cython set tp_print to 0: PyTypeObject.tp_print removed

2019-06-21 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks Petr for the wonderful summary. Of the pros/cons that you mention (if I am understanding correctly), I think that the issue comes down to sdist consumers and regeneration. 1. If sdist consumers will need to regenerate an sdist? 2. How many sdist

[issue37250] C files generated by Cython set tp_print to 0: PyTypeObject.tp_print removed

2019-06-20 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: > Is four months really an unreasonable timeline? I thought most of these > packages released more frequently than CPython. I can't really predict with any accuracy what the release cycle is for most scientific projects. Anywhere from 1 month to 9

[issue37250] C files generated by Cython set tp_print to 0: PyTypeObject.tp_print removed

2019-06-20 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Petr, Thanks for the thoughtful summary. If I am understanding the many messages in this and the other related issue and by looking at this with a scientific Python hat on (not as the Steering Council), I'm inclined to favor Nick's approach if possible: >

[issue37353] Source code has not always been forward-compatible

2019-06-20 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: "...though source code has usually been forward-compatible within a major release series." Agree with your thoughts Julien and Zach. Perhaps remove "whereas" as well. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Py

[issue37352] Typo in documentation: "to making it easy"

2019-06-20 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I agree with Zach's suggestions. If I were to rewrite and pass through a grammar checker, I would get closer to this (removing the verbose "an eye to": Writing test suites is very helpful, and you might want to design your code to make it eas

[issue37195] test_utime fails on MacOS Mojave (Kernel Version 18.6.0:)

2019-06-07 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @pablogsal My debug info looks similar to yours other than shell/terminal preferences. Similar specs on HW and OS. ./python.exe -m test test_os -R : -v Any other configs that you are frequently seeing the failures

[issue37195] test_utime fails on MacOS Mojave (Kernel Version 18.6.0:)

2019-06-07 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Confirming that they do pass on my Mojave system. test_utime (test.test_os.UtimeTests) ... ok test_utime_by_indexed (test.test_os.UtimeTests) ... ok ... test_utime_dir_fd (test.test_os.UtimeTests) ... ok Though I did have to go through some shenanigans

[issue5225] OS X "Update Shell Profile" may not update $PATH if run more than once

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: No problem :D Ping me when you need a review. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue5225> ___ ___ Python-bug

[issue33048] macOS job broken on Travis CI

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Folks, I'm going to close this as resolved since we are now using Azure Pipelines for MacOS as well. Brew has also since come up with a naming policy for 2 or 3 so hopefully (?) there will be no further renaming. -- resolution: -> fixed stage: pa

[issue5225] OS X "Update Shell Profile" may not update $PATH if run more than once

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @ned.deily I'm doing some triaging today. As the original submitter of this issue, would you be willing to close it? Thanks. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue5

[issue23324] Nonblocking serial io using Arduino and Ubuntu 14.10 (Python 3.4.2) performance slowdown

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @MrYsLab Well, I'm glad it resolved itself along the way. Your project looks cool and the docs are very nice too. Thanks for the link. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue23

[issue23324] Nonblocking serial io using Arduino and Ubuntu 14.10 (Python 3.4.2) performance slowdown

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue23324> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscrib

[issue23324] Nonblocking serial io using Arduino and Ubuntu 14.10 (Python 3.4.2) performance slowdown

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @MrYsLab, Sorry that this issue wasn't resolved in the past. I would like to close this since we are currently working on a 3.8 release. I'm going to do that now. You may wish to take a look at MicroPython and CircuitPython if you haven't already seen them

[issue21106] Updated Mac folder icon

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: This was resolved in https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/1780. Thanks @ned.deily. -- keywords: +patch message_count: 15.0 -> 16.0 pull_requests: +13750 resolution: -> fixed stage: resolved -> patch review status: open -> closed pull_re

[issue37134] Use PEP570 syntax in the documentation

2019-06-06 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @brian, Just to echo Brett's words, the Steering Council appreciated the tabbed prototype and your effort to create it. While we may not use it in this particular case, it's great to keep in mind for other places. Thanks for contributing :D

[issue37134] Use PEP570 syntax in the documentation

2019-06-05 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 54edb04aa688c8247570b4f59b5145e3fa417576 by Carol Willing (Pablo Galindo) in branch 'master': bpo-37134: Add PEP570 notation to the documentation (GH-13743) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/54edb04aa688c8247570b4f59b5145e3fa417576

[issue37134] [EASY] Use PEP570 syntax in the documentation

2019-06-04 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: > Could you extend your thoughts regarding this concern that I have with > respect of not including the trailing / in 3.8 but doing it in 3.9: Pablo, Sure thing. I believe that a Sphinx extension (possibly existing sphinx-tabs as suggested by @

[issue37134] [EASY] Use PEP570 syntax in the documentation

2019-06-04 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I echo Pablo's comment about thoughtful discourse as this is discussed. For library maintainers that are writing APIs that involve workflows across multiple projects maintained by different people, better information and documentation is very important. We

[issue37134] [EASY] Use PEP570 syntax in the documentation

2019-06-03 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Tim's message resonated with me. Confusing users is something that I believe that we wish to minimize. I confess that I had a similar reaction as Tim when I saw functions with a trailing `/`. What I did find helpful was adding to the middle of the parameter

[issue36540] PEP 570: Python Positional-Only Parameters

2019-05-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset b76302ddd0896cb39ce69909349b53db6e7776e2 by Carol Willing (Pablo Galindo) in branch 'master': bpo-36540: Documentation for PEP570 - Python positional only arguments (#13202) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue35224] PEP 572: Assignment Expressions

2019-03-29 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @veky As a Jupyter notebook maintainer, I can see your point and I suspect some would like it. I'm not sure how big a benefit it would be for folks based on current notebook usage and practices. I just don't know. It's worth a discussion, but it should take

[issue36064] docs: urllib.request.Request not accepting iterables data type

2019-03-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I've merged Julien Palard's doc PR. Is this sufficient to close this issue? -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue36

[issue36064] docs: urllib.request.Request not accepting iterables data type

2019-03-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 9e30fbac019d9c0a31d444a711e845c7e883caf5 by Carol Willing (Julien Palard) in branch 'master': bpo-36064: Clarify allowed data types for urllib.request.Request. (GH-11990) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue33043] Add a 'Contributing to Docs' link at the bottom of docs.python.org

2019-03-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 081158e3ba20dfa95d09cd652a44e271b95eb14c by Carol Willing (Susan Su) in branch 'master': bpo-33043: Add a Contributing to Docs link and Update the Found a Bug Page (#12006) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit

[issue33043] Add a 'Contributing to Docs' link at the bottom of docs.python.org

2019-03-28 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- resolution: -> fixed stage: patch review -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.or

[issue36464] Python 2.7 build install fails intermittently with -j on MacOS

2019-03-28 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks @madscientist for filing an issue. It would be helpful to have a bit more detail on what specific MacOS version you are building on as well as the specific commands that you are executing. Does this also happen if you run `make clean` before running

[issue35957] Indentation explanation is unclear

2019-02-18 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Assigning this to @Mariatta, to be worked on the mentored sprint at PyCon US Cleveland. Verify behavior and update documentation. -- assignee: docs@python -> Mariatta nosy: +Mariatta, willingc ___ Python trac

[issue36022] [Security] logging.config should not use eval()

2019-02-18 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Assigning this to @Mariatta, to be worked on the mentored sprint at PyCon US Cleveland. -- assignee: -> Mariatta nosy: +Mariatta, willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issu

[issue34691] _contextvars missing in xmaster branch Windows build?

2019-01-25 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue34691> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue35826] Typo in example for async with statement with condition

2019-01-25 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue35826> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue33014] Clarify str.isidentifier docstring; fix keyword.iskeyword docstring

2018-10-08 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset ffc5a14d00db984c8e72c7b67da8a493e17e2c14 by Carol Willing (Sanyam Khurana) in branch 'master': bpo-33014: Clarify str.isidentifier docstring (GH-6088) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/ffc5a14d00db984c8e72c7b67da8a493e17e2c14

[issue34728] deprecate *loop* argument for asyncio.sleep

2018-09-24 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- resolution: -> fixed stage: patch review -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.or

[issue34728] deprecate *loop* argument for asyncio.sleep

2018-09-24 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 558c49bcf3a8543d64a68de836b5d855efd56696 by Carol Willing (João Júnior) in branch 'master': bpo-34728: Remove deprecate *loop* argument in asyncio.sleep (GH-9415) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/558c49bcf3a8543d64a68de836b5d855efd56696

[issue34733] Missing search bar on docs.python.org

2018-09-19 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Does master and 3.7 branch build the docs at different times? It's odd to me that master still shows the search box and 3.7 does not. I'm getting on a flight soon. Yury would be a good person to ping re: changing

[issue34733] Missing search bar on docs.python.org

2018-09-19 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: @mdk The asyncio folks did make a change to the layout in https://github.com/python/cpython/pull/9364 . It's a bit weird that 3.7 is the release that is missing the search bar. -- ___ Python tracker <ht

[issue34733] Missing search bar on docs.python.org

2018-09-19 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Confirming that I see the same behavior as reported by @xtreak. -- nosy: +willingc stage: -> needs patch versions: +Python 3.7 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issu

[issue34660] Replace ableist terms and pejoratives in source code.

2018-09-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi all, I'm going to close this issue for now. As I mentioned earlier (sorry Terry for not being clearer), I will be doing a comprehensive review of the docs and source code over the next few months. I will make recommendations as PRs and issues as I go

[issue29883] asyncio: Windows Proactor Event Loop UDP Support

2018-09-16 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- nosy: +willingc stage: test needed -> patch review ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue29883> ___ ___ Python-bugs-lis

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-14 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset 3faaa8857a42a36383bb18425444e597fc876797 by Carol Willing (Yury Selivanov) in branch 'master': bpo-33649: Refresh Tasks and Futures pages (#9314) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/3faaa8857a42a36383bb18425444e597fc876797

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-14 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: New changeset c9d66f0ed4f07b9d184d22abbfdd4c3c8e2702df by Carol Willing in branch 'master': bpo-33649 Polish asyncio docs on queues, protocols, and subproccesses (#9306) https://github.com/python/cpython/commit/c9d66f0ed4f07b9d184d22abbfdd4c3c8e2702df

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-14 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +8735 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33649> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue34678] need to remove the term "white space"

2018-09-14 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- resolution: -> not a bug stage: -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue34678> ___ ___

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-13 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +8715 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33649> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue34667] Review documentation section by section

2018-09-13 Thread Carol Willing
New submission from Carol Willing : This issue is a placeholder for a comprehensive documentation review by content sections. I will develop a more detailed workplan in the coming weeks. -- assignee: willingc messages: 325292 nosy: willingc priority: normal severity: normal status

[issue34660] Remove ableist terms and pejoratives from source code and docs

2018-09-13 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thank you for filing an issue. I will be carefully reviewing the Python documentation section by section over the next several months. I will open individual issues as I go through each section as well as pull requests as I thoughtfully review each section

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-13 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +8704 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33649> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue7713] implement ability to disable automatic search path additions

2018-09-13 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Closing as the release has reached EOL. -- nosy: +willingc resolution: -> out of date stage: needs patch -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.o

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-12 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +8666 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33649> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue33649] asyncio docs overhaul

2018-09-12 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- pull_requests: +8664 ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33649> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscribe:

[issue23660] Turtle left/right inverted when using different coordinates orientation

2018-06-18 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Reopened at the request of the original submitter. -- resolution: remind -> stage: resolved -> patch review status: closed -> open ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.or

[issue33876] doc Mention the MicroPython implementation in Introduction

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I think your suggestion for Brython and Skulpt is excellent. I believe that it's important to point out that Python can be used client-side, and both your suggestions have been around for a while, are stable, and often used in large courses such as OpenEdX

[issue31725] Turtle/tkinter: NameError crashes ipython with "Tcl_AsyncDelete: async handler deleted by the wrong thread"

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi Rick, I'm closing this issue as not reproducible. Thanks for filing it and using Turtle. -- nosy: +willingc resolution: -> not a bug stage: -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracke

[issue23922] Refactor icon setting to a separate function for Turtle

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: I've updated the issue title to reflect Terry's comments and changed the stage to needs patch. -- nosy: +willingc stage: test needed -> needs patch title: turtle.py and turtledemo use the default tkinter icon -> Refactor icon setting to a se

[issue29560] Turtle graphics fill behavior differs between versions

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: The next action for this issue would be to run the demo listed on Python 3.7 and report the results back here. We can then document expected behavior if it differs. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <ht

[issue26571] turtle regression in 3.5

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
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[issue27461] Optimize PNGs

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- stage: -> patch review ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue27461> ___ ___ Python-bugs-list mailing list Unsubscrib

[issue24990] Foreign language support in turtle module

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: A good next step with this issue would be to look at the languages mentioned in the devguide experts page (https://devguide.python.org/experts/#documentation-translations) with people interested in translations -- nosy: +willingc

[issue14117] Turtledemo: exception and minor glitches.

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi @terry.reedy, I'm triaging open "turtle" issues. What do you think would be a reasonable next step for this issue? Perhaps: a contributor runs the demo and reports back here with the current behavior experienced. -- nosy:

[issue23660] Turtle left/right inverted when using different coordinates orientation

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi aroberge, Thanks for filing this issue. I'm triaging all of the open 'turtle' issues. I'm closing this issue since introducing this suggested change would impact teaching materials and resources that have already been published. This would be a change

[issue10531] write tilted text in turtle

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: This would be a fun feature to add. The next step on this issue would be to determine if this can be accomplished with Tk 8.6. -- nosy: +willingc versions: +Python 3.8 -Python 3.5 ___ Python tracker <ht

[issue21077] Turtle Circle Speed 0

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: The next step on this issue would be to test if this behavior is still present in Python 3.6 and 3.7 and report the result of your test here. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.

[issue16428] turtle with compound shape doesn't get clicks

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: This issue is "new contributor"-friendly. The next steps would be to apply the patch to a recent version of Python 3, check if tests run cleanly, and if the patch resolves the issue. I'm sorry ingrid that the patch review languished on the iss

[issue1702036] Make Turtle thread-safe so it does not crash

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi all, I'm triaging 'turtle' open issues. I'm going to close this issue with a resolution of not a Turtle bug. Thanks. -- nosy: +willingc resolution: -> not a bug stage: test needed -> resolved status: open -&g

[issue21941] Clean up turtle TPen class

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi ingrid, Thanks for your work on this issue. I'm triaging the open "turtle" issues, and I'm going to go ahead and close this one. If you would like to open a new, more specific issue, I would welcome that. Thanks. -- nosy: +willingc

[issue21914] Create unit tests for Turtle guionly

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: A reasonable next step for this patch review would be to review these tests to see if they still apply for more recent Python versions as well. This is a "new contributor"-friendly issue. I'm sorry Lita.Cho that these patches languished on the iss

[issue6717] Some problem with recursion handling

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi Gregor and others, I'm triaging 'turtle' issues. I'm recommending, if I don't hear an objection in two weeks, closing this issue with a resolution of "outdated". Thanks. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Pyth

[issue22571] Remove import * recommendations and examples in doc?

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Hi @terry.reedy @rhettinger, I'm triaging the 'turtle' open issues. I'm wondering if we can close this issue with a resolution of "Remind". If there are '*' imports that folks feel strongly about changing, then those could be opened now or in

[issue33876] doc Mention the MicroPython implementation in Introduction

2018-06-16 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: Thanks Raymond :-) The FAQ seems like a good place to share. Cython would be a nice addition and perhaps IPython too. -- ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33

[issue33876] doc Mention the MicroPython implementation in Introduction

2018-06-15 Thread Carol Willing
Carol Willing added the comment: A reasonable suggestion. Let's make sure that we mention CircuitPython as well. -- nosy: +willingc ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.org/issue33

[issue12486] tokenize module should have a unicode API

2018-06-05 Thread Carol Willing
Change by Carol Willing : -- resolution: -> fixed stage: patch review -> resolved status: open -> closed ___ Python tracker <https://bugs.python.or

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