[Python-Dev] A Survey on Defect Management Practices in Free/Open Source Software

2007-02-27 Thread Anu Gupta DCSA
Sir/Madam I seek help from designers, developers, testers,defect fixers,project managers or playing any other key role in Free/Open Source software development or maintenence in carrying out a study to identify practices and problems of defect management in various Free/Open Source Software

[Python-Dev] A Reminder : A Survey on Defect Management Practices in Free/Open Source Software

2007-02-27 Thread Anu Gupta DCSA
Sir/Madam I seek help from designers, developers, testers,defect fixers,project managers or playing any other key role in Free/Open Source software development or maintenence in carrying out a study to identify practices and problems of defect management in various Free/Open Source Software

Re: [Python-Dev] Adding timeout option to httplib...connect()

2007-02-27 Thread Facundo Batista
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Guido, I looked at urllib2 and quickly gave up. I have no idea how that code works (where is a lower level library's connection object instantiated, for example?). I presume with timeouts in the lower level libraries someone who knows how urllib2 works will be able

Re: [Python-Dev] with_traceback

2007-02-27 Thread glyph
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 13:37:21 +1300, Greg Ewing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't like that answer. I can think of legitimate reasons for wanting to pre-create exceptions, e.g. if I'm intending to raise and catch a particular exception frequently and I don't want the overhead of creating a new

Re: [Python-Dev] Python-3000 upgrade path

2007-02-27 Thread glyph
On Sun, 25 Feb 2007 13:12:51 -0800, Thomas Wouters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm sending this to python-dev instead of python-3000 for two reasons: It's not about features to be added to Python 3.0, and it's not really about 3.0at all -- it's about 2.6 and later. It's about how we get Python 2.x to

Re: [Python-Dev] Python-3000 upgrade path

2007-02-27 Thread Collin Winter
On 2/28/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] 2to3 should take great care _tell_ you when it fails. One concern I have is that the source translation may subtly alter the *semantics* of unit test code, so that the tests are no longer effective and do not provide adequate