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Armin Rigo
basic wrapper with all operations
Michael Hudson-Doyle
fix dumb typo
Michael Hudson-Doyle
trivial change
Michael Hudson-Doyle
add True/False/None to builtins
Michael Hudson-Doyle
this very basic test works with the stdobjspace, if you comment out the softspace handling stuff
Michael Hudson-Doyle
unrelativize the import
Christian Tismer
test_builtins.py inoperable, needs work (added comment)
Michael Hudson-Doyle
make this, like, work
Rocco Moretti
Made interactive.py resistant to missing sys.stdout.softspace in user code.
Rocco Moretti
Implemented exec statement functionality.
Rocco Moretti
Added ability to put superclasses and tuples in except: clauses.
Christian Tismer
changed a wrong (old) import. But test_builtins needs more work.
Christian Tismer
small changes to make this run under Windows, too. (splitdrive is available on all platforms and does always the right thing)
holger krekel
new test script that gathers all test files (currently only in interpreter), imports them and iterates through all TestCases.
Christian Tismer
modified intobject.py's hash() to be either strict or liberal.\nWe need to decide how to handle such issues in the future.
Armin Rigo
added a test for 'except:'
Michael Hudson-Doyle
add an "import sys"
Michael Hudson-Doyle
try to import readline if we have it. add __name__ (=='__main__') to interactive namespace
Armin Rigo
exception handling fixed, it now works well (see test_interpreter.py)
Michael Hudson-Doyle
use our own evaluator for class instantiation and bound method calls
Michael Hudson-Doyle
we must import new to get the classobj!
Michael Hudson-Doyle
unbreak keyword arguments
holger krekel
renamed the TestCase class to reflect the name of the function it tests.
Armin Rigo
explicit implementation of 'obj[slice-obj]' that works (for the simple cases) with Python 2.2. This lets you run 'python interpreter.py' in Python 2.2 without requiring Python 2.3. --This line, and those below, will be ignored-- M /users/arigo/python/pypy/svn/src/pypy/objspace/trivial.py
Armin Rigo
Wohoo! 'python interactive.py std' will successfully run a (very) limited set of operations on top of the standard object space! It can now be used to test, say, integer operations (for example, 'import sys; sys.maxint+1' which raises an OverflowError). --This line, and those below, will be ignored-- M /home/arigo/python/pypy/pypy/trunk/src/pypy/interpreter/test/test_pyframe_app.py M /home/arigo/python/pypy/pypy/trunk/src/pypy/interpreter/opcode.py M /home/arigo/python/pypy/pypy/trunk/src/pypy/interpreter/opcode_app.py M /home/arigo/python/pypy/pypy/trunk/src/pypy/interpreter/pyframe_app.py M /home/arigo/python/pypy/pypy/trunk/src/pypy/interpreter/pyframe.py M /home/arigo/pyt…
Armin Rigo
Ooops, forgot to remove the XXXXXXXXX for my tests. Now interpreter.py works great!
Armin Rigo
more ground work. interactive.py worked quite fine at some point but is now broken again for a reason not immediately obvious to me.
holger krekel
moved sprint document to doc dir.
Jens-Uwe Mager
Move the pypy trunk into its own top level directory so the path names stay constant.
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