[issue42496] Don't change indentation of RST markup

2020-11-29 Thread Georg Brandl


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To be clear, this has nothing to do with the amount of indentation, but that 
the directive below (the versionadded) has 4 spaces, and the paragraph above 
had 5 before the change. Therefore the further-indented paragraph is taken as a 
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[issue42153] doc: library imaplib a url not available

2020-11-14 Thread Georg Brandl


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It doesn't make sense to include the archive link, the documentation it refers 
to is available in the GitHub repository under docs/.

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[issue42284] The grammar specification is inconsistent with the implementation of Python parser.

2020-11-07 Thread Georg Brandl


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This grammar specification doesn't contain a full specification of code that 
won't raise SyntaxError. There are several conditions that aren't checked by 
the generated parser, but at a later stage in the compilation process.

While probably possible to express in general, this would make the grammar much 
more complex.  For this example, it would require different definitions of 
`suite`, `stmt`, `simple_stmt`, `compound_stmt` and so on, to track where 
control-flow statements are allowed.  Other definitions need to track 
`nonlocal` and you'd get a combinatorial explosion of productions.

You could propose a PR to add a note somewhere on that page (but on the master 
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[issue41825] os.waitid() documentation needs TLC

2020-09-22 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue41825] os.waitid() documentation needs TLC

2020-09-21 Thread Georg Brandl


New submission from Georg Brandl :

There are a few points where `os.waitid()` docs need improvement. Current text:

Wait for the completion of one or more child processes. idtype can be P_PID, 
P_PGID or P_ALL. id specifies the pid to wait on. options is constructed from 
the ORing of one or more of WEXITED, WSTOPPED or WCONTINUED and additionally 
may be ORed with WNOHANG or WNOWAIT. The return value is an object representing 
the data contained in the siginfo_t structure, namely: si_pid, si_uid, 
si_signo, si_status, si_code or None if WNOHANG is specified and there are no 
children in a waitable state.

Problems are:

* The given use of the *pid* argument is only for the case of `idtype=P_PID`.  
For `P_ALL` it is ignored, and for `P_PGID` it specifies that the child's PGID 
must be *pid*.

* "One or more child processes" is misleading -- the function waits for until 
exactly one child process to exit (or aborts with WNOHANG).  Sure, there can be 
multiple candidate processes, but this should be formulated differently.

* The explanation of *options* is quite cumbersome, it seems to be copied 
directly from the manpage (where it is laid out much more clearly and with 
explanation of the different options).

Additionally the flags P_*, W* and CLD_* are just stated as-is, and need 
explanation in the docs. You should not need to consult the manpage to be able 
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[issue1678077] improve telnetlib.Telnet so option negotiation becomes easie

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue19915] int.bit_at(n) - Accessing a single bit in O(1)

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[issue1249749] Encodings and aliases do not match runtime

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue1105770] null source chars handled oddly by tokenize

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue1611944] sndhdr.what() does not recognize wav file

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue919238] Recursive variable definition causes sysconfig infinite loop

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue11105] Compiling evil ast crashes interpreter

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue26053] regression in pdb output between 2.7 and 3.5

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue22107] tempfile module misinterprets access denied error on Windows

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue25467] Put “deprecated” warnings first

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue22577] local variable changes lost after pdb jump command

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue1823] Possible to set invalid Content-Transfer-Encoding on email.mime.multipart.MIMEMultipart

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue20119] pdb c(ont(inue)) optional one-time-only breakpoint (like perl debugger)

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue18280] Documentation is too personalized

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue26794] curframe can be None in pdb.py

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue24160] Pdb sometimes raises exception when trying to remove a breakpoint defined in a different debugger session

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue23163] pdb docs need to contain a statement on threads/multithreaded debugging

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue19081] zipimport behaves badly when the zip file changes while the process is running

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue26214] textwrap should minimize number of breaks in extra long words

2020-09-19 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue28850] Regression in Python 3: Subclassing PrettyPrinter.format doesn't work anymore

2020-09-09 Thread Georg Brandl


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[issue40994] Very confusing documenation for abc.Collections

2020-08-13 Thread Georg Brandl


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FWIW, I think Sydney's right. Shared entries should only be used for closely 
related, or interdependent, APIs, which those here are not.

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[issue40204] Docs build error with Sphinx 3.0 due to invalid C declaration

2020-06-24 Thread Georg Brandl


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Don't hesitate to send requests back to the Sphinx tracker if any changes 
appear to be too restrictive to you. It is a documentation tool, not a compiler.

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[issue40058] Running test_datetime twice fails with: module 'datetime' has no attribute '_divide_and_round'

2020-03-25 Thread Georg Brandl


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Sorry, it seems that was far too long ago for me to remember anything :)

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[issue29869] Underscores in numeric literals not supported in lib2to3.

2017-03-22 Thread Georg Brandl

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> In particular, we must have at least one digit following `0[xXbBoO]` and must 
> be before any underscores.

This is not true (but your test file does the right thing).

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[issue29557] binhex documentation claims unknown bug

2017-02-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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I don't remember anything specific about this, sorry.

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[issue26331] PEP 515: Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-09-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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Thanks Brett!

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[issue26331] PEP 515: Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-09-08 Thread Georg Brandl

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Please go ahead. Thanks for taking care of this!

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-08-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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@Serhiy/anyone: can I get another review, so that we can commit this in time 
for beta? Thanks!

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[issue12345] Add math.tau

2016-08-13 Thread Georg Brandl

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Please folks. Stop taking this so seriously and remember that this is the 
language where you can type in

>>> import antigravity

and it actually works. (Sort of.)

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[issue27228] just for clearing: os.path.normpath("file://a") returns "file:/a"

2016-06-05 Thread Georg Brandl

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`os.path` does not handle URIs of any type, so this behavior is correct as 
Steven says.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-22 Thread Georg Brandl

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Thanks for the detailed review, Serhiy! Next try incoming.

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[issue27060] Documentation of assertItemsEqual in unittest is VERY misleading in 2.7

2016-05-19 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-17 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Thanks Eric!

Serhiy, do you want to do a review? The v6/v7 patches are based on your 
"strict" patch with the constructor changes adapted from v4.

New version v7 addresses the review comments from Stefan and Martin.

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[issue27036] Mark up of references in different form

2016-05-17 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Not really, no. You have to add a :ref: target label for the function. If it's 
only a few instances, that should be manageable.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Note: the changes for format()ting ("_" as thousands separator) are still 
missing. Eric, would you consider doing this part?

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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Removed file: http://bugs.python.org/file41892/numeric_underscores_v2.diff

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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Removed file: http://bugs.python.org/file42852/numeric_underscores_final_v5.diff

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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Removed file: http://bugs.python.org/file41888/numeric_underscores.diff

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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Removed file: http://bugs.python.org/file41894/numeric_underscores_v3_full.diff

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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Added file: http://bugs.python.org/file42854/numeric_underscores_final_v6.diff

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-05-15 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

New patch; implements the accepted version of the PEP. I added the additional 
tests, thanks Stefan!

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[issue17765] weakref.ref ignores a 'callback' keyword argument

2016-05-07 Thread Georg Brandl

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Serhiy, feel free to go ahead and commit, I don't have my keys with me ATM.

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[issue26736] Use HTTPS protocol in links

2016-05-07 Thread Georg Brandl

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Newer Sphinx versions already redefine docutils' RFC and PEP URLs to use https.

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[issue26914] Fix formatting of lists in PEP 420

2016-05-03 Thread Georg Brandl

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Yep, they should all be gone. I tried to make sure by running the sources 
through docutils and finding nested  nodes.

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[issue26921] Incorrect usage of a/an articles in PEPs

2016-05-03 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Also LGTM.  It's easy to spot PEPs written by French people :)

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[issue26916] Word duplications in PEPs

2016-05-03 Thread Georg Brandl

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LGTM.

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[issue26914] Fix formatting of lists in PEP 420

2016-05-03 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue26914] Fix formatting of lists in PEP 420

2016-05-02 Thread Georg Brandl

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Looks pretty rampant to me :)

Anyway, +1 for fixing, you can just do it without review if you have the time.

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[issue26847] filter docs unclear wording

2016-04-25 Thread Georg Brandl

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You didn't test your examples:

>>> [] == False
False

False is not equal to the "empty value" of any other type than other numeric 
types.  (This is mostly because of how booleans were originally introduced to 
Python.)

"is false", on the other hand, is the conventional shorthand for `bool(x) == 
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[issue26821] array module "minimum size in bytes" table is wrong for int/long

2016-04-21 Thread Georg Brandl

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Agreed.

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[issue26821] array module "minimum size in bytes" table is wrong for int/long

2016-04-21 Thread Georg Brandl

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Indeed, I don't think the `array` module is much used anymore.

If you're looking to serialize or deserialize fixed-size formats, you'll 
probably want the `struct` module.  It has both native and fixed-size modes.

For anything else involving arrays (mostly, but not exclusively, of numbers), 
just use numpy.  It has a much more developed system of data types for its 
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[issue26755] Update version{added,changed} docs in devguide

2016-04-14 Thread Georg Brandl

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Now that "added" doesn't mention the second argument, the "This one *must* have 
the second argument (explanation of the change)." should be changed. Otherwise 
+1.

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[issue26736] Use HTTPS protocol in links

2016-04-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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+1

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[issue26576] Tweak wording of decorator docos

2016-03-19 Thread Georg Brandl

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(Also, toggled your "is committer" bit so you get the Python logo next to your 
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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-03-19 Thread Georg Brandl

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The last patch isn't up to date with the PEP; Serhiy's patch is the closest one.

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[issue26576] Tweak wording of decorator docos

2016-03-18 Thread Georg Brandl

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The patch is definitely an improvement.

What about a remark like ", except that `deco` is evaluated before the function 
`f` is created"?  That should cover the remaining difference.

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[issue26576] Tweak wording of decorator docos

2016-03-18 Thread Georg Brandl

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That is definitely supported.  Whether it's actually useful to document, I'm 
not sure.

"except that the original function is not temporarily bound to the name `f`" 
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[issue26535] Minor typo in the docs for struct.unpack

2016-03-10 Thread Georg Brandl

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That sounds good to me. Maybe without so many parentheses :)

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[issue26525] Documentation of ord(c) easy to misread

2016-03-10 Thread Georg Brandl

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Sure!

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[issue26512] Vocabulary: Using "integral" in library/stdtypes.html

2016-03-09 Thread Georg Brandl

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There's two different uses here:

The one use in "truncated to Integral" means that you get an integer type out.  
It is not specified to be `int` because `__trunc__` may return other types.  It 
could be made into a link like the other use of Integral.

The other uses are "integral float", which is *not* the same as an integer.  It 
is a float whose value is a whole number, and AFAIK "integral" is the correct 
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[issue23921] Standardize documentation whitespace, formatting

2016-03-01 Thread Georg Brandl

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I had no idea we had so many cases of wonky indentation :)

This looks good to me, apart from a few comments I left on rietveld.

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[issue26462] Patch to enhance literal block language declaration

2016-03-01 Thread Georg Brandl

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Looks good now! I left a few comments on Rietveld.

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[issue26462] Patch to enhance literal block language declaration

2016-02-29 Thread Georg Brandl

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Thanks for the patch!

Most "bash" blocks should be "console" (since the prompt is shown). "pycon" 
should not be needed, since it is detected automatically.

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[issue26449] Tutorial on Python Scopes and Namespaces uses confusing 'read-only' terminology

2016-02-28 Thread Georg Brandl

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I think rephrasing with "... can only be read" would keep the intended meaning, 
but avoid the problematic "the namespaces are readonly" meaning.

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[issue25910] Fixing links in documentation

2016-02-26 Thread Georg Brandl

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Reopening, for fixing the rest of the broken ones.

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[issue25910] Fixing links in documentation

2016-02-26 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue26442] Doc refers to xmlrpc.client but means xmlrpc.server

2016-02-26 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue26444] Fix 2 typos on ElementTree docs

2016-02-26 Thread Georg Brandl

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Reflow is kinda bad for patch review :)

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[issue26435] Fix versionadded/versionchanged documentation directives

2016-02-25 Thread Georg Brandl

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Ok, that was a bug in rstlint. Fixed now - and now I can find quite a few 
instances, will fix them (most of them are in this patch).

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[issue26435] Fix versionadded/versionchanged documentation directives

2016-02-25 Thread Georg Brandl

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These are interpreted as comments by docutils. "make suspicious" only checks 
for markup erroneously remaining in the output. "make check", which runs 
tools/rstlint.py, should pick them up though.

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[issue26423] __len__() returns 32 bit int on windows leading to overflows

2016-02-24 Thread Georg Brandl

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You need to call `x.__len__()` explicitly.

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[issue26408] pep-8 requires a few corrections

2016-02-22 Thread Georg Brandl

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-Consistency within one module or function is most important.
+Consistency within one module or function is the most important.

You left out "thing" from the patch; is that intended?

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[issue26408] pep-8 requires a few corrections

2016-02-22 Thread Georg Brandl

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I can't really comment on the grammar changes, but the rest looks good to me.

This is not very smooth, in both versions:

-Consistency within one module or function is most important.
+Consistency within one module or function is the most important thing.
 
-But most importantly: know when to be inconsistent -- sometimes the
-style guide just doesn't apply.  When in doubt, use your best
+But more importantly: know when to be inconsistent -- sometimes the
+style guide just isn't applicable.  When in doubt, use your best

(Consistency is already *most* important, but then comes something *more* 
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[issue26366] Use “.. versionadded” over “.. versionchanged” where appropriate

2016-02-19 Thread Georg Brandl

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> Well then, if this is the sort of place where the status quo is sacred,
> then there is nothing more to discuss.  

That wasn't my intention when quoting the old documenting guide, it was just
to show what the intent was (and still is), and that I didn't just invent it.
As Fred says, the status quo is not sacred, but we are usually pragmatic and
a nontrivial amount of weight is needed to change it.

> But if anyone reading this is open to the idea, please re-read my previous
> comment in this thread.  The quoted LaTeX docs are clear, but I still
> believe my “all changes = (deprecated-removed changes) + (added changes) +
> (other changes)” interpretation makes more sense than the LaTeX definition.

It's one interpretation, yes.  My interpretation (which coincides with the one
written back then by Fred) is that the versionchanged applies to the API item
in whose block it occurs.  And a function is not *added* by the addition of
a parameter, it is *changed* by that.  The parameter itself is not a marked-
up API item.  If the structure was like

.. function:: foo(a, b)
   .. parameter:: a
   .. parameter:: b

then adding a parameter c would definitely be marked up as

   .. parameter:: c
  .. versionadded: 3.x

Anyway.  You think your interpretation is better, others including myself
prefer the current one.  This is exactly the kind of argument where the 
status quo wins because the churn necessary to change is not justified.

> It’s not my desire to be troublesome by making one more appeal.  I simply
> want to point out that just because somebody wrote the LaTeX definitions a
> long time ago doesn’t mean that we cannot rewrite them.  They were written
> by somebody just like us, after all.  

Again, you're mistaking the reason I quoted them.

> If it’s not obvious by now, I feel strongly about good semantic markup.
> The purpose of semantic markup is to describe what something *is*. I just
> think that changes form a hierarchy, with a generic “change” as something
> of the base class, and “deprecated”, “removed”, and “added” as 
> specializations.

That's a nice strawman -- we all feel semantic markup is important, and we
are talking about nothing but semantic markup here.  We're just discussing
the interpretation of one aspect of the semantics.

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[issue26385] the call of tempfile.NamedTemporaryFile fails and leaves a file on the disk

2016-02-19 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue26378] Typo in regex documentation

2016-02-18 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Thanks for the report!

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[issue26366] Use “.. versionadded” over “.. versionchanged” where appropriate

2016-02-15 Thread Georg Brandl

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The devguide should be updated, yes.

And probably someone should look at the remaining versionadded's...

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[issue26366] Use “.. versionadded” over “.. versionchanged” where appropriate

2016-02-15 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Hi Tony,

thanks for the patch, and for the will to contribute.  I'm not sure this patch 
should be merged though; the original intention was to use "versionadded" where 
the API item is completely new.  So "The parameter x was added" in a function 
is using "versionchanged" because only an aspect of the function's signature 
was changed.

There may be a bit of confusion because many people wrote changes, and not 
every change is reviewed by the same developers, but this is the original 
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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

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It's mostly for consistency. For example, ``int(x, 0)`` is defined by the docs 
as "interpret x as in a literal".  Other bases have special cases as well, e.g. 
"0x" is accepted by base 16.

In the current version of the conversions, the string is scanned for "_" before 
doing the more expensive allocation+copy.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Thanks, I hadn't looked at cdecimal yet - I was planning to ask you to do the 
necessary changes there :)

But there are a few versions of this (e.g. converting unicode digits to ASCII) 
scattered throughout the codebase, it would make sense to consolidate on this 
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[issue25726] sys.setprofile / sys.getprofile asymetry

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

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Ok, this is because internally, sys.setprofile (or to be exact, 
PyEval_SetProfile) sets two things: a C function, and a "profileobj", which is 
the argument to setprofile().

sys.setprofile sets the C function to the "profile_trampoline", which supports 
calling Python profile functions.  The profileobj is the Python profile 
function.

The C profiler sets the C function to a different callback, and uses the 
profileobj for storing the reference to the Profiler object.

sys.getprofile just returns the profileobj, which means that you can't 
save/restore the profiler state with the two functions when using cProfile.

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[issue26355] Emit major version based canonical URLs for docs

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

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So we'd have to add a  tag? Should be easy.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Hm. On the one hand there is a spec, so it can be argued that underscores don't 
belong to Decimal.

On the other hand, if we get Decimal literals at one point, there will be a 
strong argument for allowing underscores in them as in all other number 
literals.

Although supporting them in strings can also be added at that time.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-13 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Raymond, you've also worked on Decimal - do you have an opinion on allowing 
underscores in Decimal(string) conversions?

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

New patch matching revision of PEP.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

New patch with minimal doc updates.

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

This patch includes int(), float(), complex() operations, as well as _pydecimal.

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[issue25709] Problem with string concatenation and utf-8 cache.

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Backpicked to 3.3. Sorry for the wait.

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[issue20741] Documentation archives should be available also in tar.xz format

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue4173] PDF documentation: long verbatim lines are cut off at right hand side

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue4145] tabulary entries in PDF documentation

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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[issue24668] Deprecate 00000 as a synonym for 0

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

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Closing now.

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[issue15693] expose glossary link on hover

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Changes by Georg Brandl <ge...@python.org>:


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[issue25709] Problem with string concatenation and utf-8 cache.

2016-02-11 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

Actually I prefer Greg to Gerg, so it's only half bad. :D

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[issue26331] Tokenizer: allow underscores for grouping in numeric literals

2016-02-10 Thread Georg Brandl

Georg Brandl added the comment:

It sure is more strict, but I don't think it's simpler (and it's definitely not 
simpler to implement).

(Also 1_j is pretty nice, I wouldn't want to lose that.)

We can also check what other languages do.

* Rust: very much like this, but trailing underscores allowed.
* Perl 5: same as here, but underscores after dot and trailing underscores 
allowed.
* Ruby: only between digits.

* Swift: the grammar productions say it's basically the same as Rust.  The 
textual description says "between digits".

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