[Bf-committers] is default python now 2.5?
khughes at pacific.edu
Sat May 5 17:45:36 CEST 2007
I can build a 2.44 for 64-bit, Py 2.4. Someone put out a call for RC3 or whatever, or else I can roll back to whatever we call RC2.
>>> "Shaul Kedem" <shaul.kedem at gmail.com> 05/05/07 5:53 AM >>>
fedora core should be another exception, and gentoo..
I suggest having linux builds (32 and 64 bit) for both 2.4 and 2.5..
On 5/5/07, Stephen Swaney <sswaney at centurytel.net> wrote:
> On Sat, May 05, 2007 at 12:18:20AM -0800, Tom M wrote:
> > Was it agreed to make 2.5 default now - I don't recall seeing a
> > decision to that effect but I might have overlooked it? If not then
> > the Windows test build should likely be rebuilt with 2.4. If so then
> > it should be mentioned in the release notes.
> Yep. Py 2.5 is the default for all platforms that support it.
> Exceptions, IIRC, are OSX and whatever OS the Amish are using.
> Stephen Swaney
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