Commits

Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Fred Drake
Handle RFC822-style continuation lines. One of these appeared in PEP-0001.
Barry Warsaw
added Post-History entry
Barry Warsaw
small typo
Barry Warsaw
Updated based on Guido's recent pronouncements on the Open Issues.
Fred Drake
Identify the branch tag for the Python 1.6 release.
Fred Drake
Further presentation adjustments, use a style sheet for some things.
Jeremy Hylton
add sterner warning about test case problems
Barry Warsaw
Fixed reference [1] to point to the current documentation, not the
Fred Drake
If form-feeds are not going to be used to indicate what can be marked as
Fred Drake
Do not start non-heading content on the first character of the line (after
Barry Warsaw
Added Paul's latest crop of names to the list of proposed alternatives
Barry Warsaw
In a compromise with JHy, and to be more consistent with the style now
Fred Drake
More explanation of feature requirements and mechanics of construction.
Barry Warsaw
Fleshed out the bulk of the guidelines, after internal discussion
smontanaro
some content to start things off (maybe someone else will add to it...)
Jeremy Hylton
add tentative release schedule and contributor guidelines
Peter Schneider-Kamp
try to change rights of peps to rw-rw-r--
Fred Drake
Add statement that this in the public domain.
Fred Drake
Revise the generated HTML to be a little nicer, but still pretty simple.
Fred Drake
Start of 1.6 release schedule.
Fred Drake
Tell CVS to ignore generated HTML files.
Fred Drake
Minor formatting cleanup; columns should line up with headers.
Fred Drake
Abscond with PEP-0160 for the 1.6 release schedule.
Barry Warsaw
Added PEP 215, String Interpolation, owned by ping
Barry Warsaw
Added a few more open issues:
Barry Warsaw
PEP 214, Extended Print Statement, owned by bwarsaw
Barry Warsaw
Added PEP 214, Extended Print Statement, owned by bwarsaw
Barry Warsaw
A little more, but still pretty incomplete
Peter Schneider-Kamp
added pep-0212.txt (empty template adapted from 210)
Paul Prescod
Update suggested by gmcm -- method is stored in dict alongside
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