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Paul Prescod
Added content. First real version of this PEP
Barry Warsaw
PEP 213, Attribute Access Handlers, assigned to Paul Prescod
Barry Warsaw
Added PEP 212, Additional Builtin Generators, assigned bwarsaw Added PEP 213, Attribute Access Handlers, assigned prescod
Barry Warsaw
Added Emacs page breaks
Barry Warsaw
Moderate first formatting pass of Jeremy's content for this PEP.
Peter Schneider-Kamp
incorporating changes from /F not including pep-0000.txt -> index.html (a symbolic link does just fine)
Peter Schneider-Kamp
converts pep-*.txt to pep-*.html and loads them up with the help of scp it would be nice if you could call it after committing changes on a pep Syntax: python pep2html [sf_username]
Barry Warsaw
In the examples section, show how zip() is reversible. Patches to the reference implementation: __getitem__() raises IndexError immediately if no sequences were given. __len__() returns 0 if no sequences were given. __cmp__() new method Added a little more explanation to raise-a-TypeError-for-zip(a) Added `fold' as one of the alternative names proposed.
Thomas Wouters
First draft of the range-literals PEP. Not sprinkeled with explicit 'TBD's, and the one TBD in there should be an 'XXX' in my opinion ;) but with a lot of issues under 'Open issues'. Please, comment freely, on anything from specific arguments and spelling errors to style issues and argument-flow. I wrote all this on the train to and from work, listening to UB40 on the way to work, and to my girlfriend complaining about her work and her colleagues on the way home ;) So it might be a bit incoherent in places. One TBD that's going to come up a lot in PEPs, I think: how to wrap l…
Barry Warsaw
Latest update. After consultation with Guido, zip() is chosen as the name of this built-in. In reference implementation added an __len__() method. Added a `Rejected Elaborations' section to talk about suggestions from the list that I've rejected (and the reasoning behind the rejection). Also: rewrite of paragraph 1 under "Standard For-Loops" for clarity; Spelling and grammar fixes; use a References section.
Thomas Wouters
Incomplete version of the augmented assignment PEP. It currently includes only the arguments for/against inclusion of augmented assignment in Python, not yet the technical details. I decided to upload this half-completed version to give people some time to respond before I finish it :-) Feel free to bring up any and all arguments. The point of the PEP is to archive those, after all!
Barry Warsaw
Moshe sez: Added paragraphs about relation to distutils.
Barry Warsaw
New PEPs, all initially owned by David Ascher.
Barry Warsaw
Added PEPs 207 - 211
Barry Warsaw
PEP 211, Adding New Operators to Python, owner Greg Wilson.
Barry Warsaw
Another round of updates from Moshe. A reference to the term "batteries included" was added. The question about open source 3rd party modules was answered, as was the explanation of GPL/LGPL.
Barry Warsaw
An update from Moshe, and another question from the editor.
Barry Warsaw
The contents of PEP206 as provided by Moshe. Spell checked, formatting, XXX=>TBD, and a few other editor's notes added by Barry.
Barry Warsaw
Added PEP206, called "2.0 Batteries Included", the list of extension modules to include in the fat distribution. Owned by Moshe Zadka.
Barry Warsaw
2.0 Batteries Included PEP, owned by Moshe Zadka. The list of standard extensions to include in the 2.0 release.
Barry Warsaw
PEP 205, Weak References, assigned to Fred Drake
Barry Warsaw
Weak References PEP, assigned to Fred Drake
Barry Warsaw
Assign to Thomas Wouters.
Barry Warsaw
Assign to Tim Peters.
Barry Warsaw
Range Literals PEP, initially assigned to Thomas Wouters.
Barry Warsaw
Added PEP204, Range Literals, initially assigned to Thomas Wouters. Slight reformatting.
Jeremy Hylton
believe twouters is actually responsible for 203
Jeremy Hylton
added names of owners (hope they're right) Barry can fix them if they aren't
Barry Warsaw
Initial set of Python Enhancement Proposals
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