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Author Commit Message Labels Comments Date
Antonio Cuni
hg merge default
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jitypes2
Maciej Fijalkowski
merge MostAwesomeDude's branch
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numpy-exp
Antonio Cuni
merge heads
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jitypes2
Jasper St. Pierre
more work on avm2
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avm
Armin Rigo
hg merge default
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jitypes2
Alex Gaynor
resolved merge conflicts
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kqueue
Antonio Cuni
partial merge of default; _ctypes/function.py had very hard conflicts, I'll try to manually merge the changes in the next commits
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jitypes2
Ronny Pfannschmidt
branch that kills the subrepos for using dependencies instead
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subrepo-removal
Ronny Pfannschmidt
inline testrunner
Alex Perry
merge docs changes
holger krekel
fix url / install references
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pytest2
Antonio Cuni
remove this subrepo, there is cleary no consensus on having it here
Antonio Cuni
update the subrepo
Antonio Cuni
add the subrepo virtualenv-pypy inside contrib
Alex Gaynor
Fix an ImportError.
Armin Rigo
Pom pom pom
Armin Rigo
merge heads
Armin Rigo
Another try...
Armin Rigo
Fix the test in test_exception.py by adding the missing 'can_only_throw' attribute to method_pop(). Similar issues can be fixed by adding more 'can_only_throw' to the other method_xxxs().
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
Fix the termios module: now RPython termios raises OSError to better convey the errno attribute. Also fix a failure with readline when stdin is not a tty.
Amaury Forgeot d'Arc
sqlite3 is now part of Python, there is little interest to keep it as an external resource. (The new _sqlite3.py is mostly made of the previous dbapi2.py)
Antonio Cuni
revert 96964ba376b4, and fix the test in another way: it's better to use logger_noopt because this way the name of the variables are preserved
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jitypes2
Antonio Cuni
update svn external
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jitypes2
Antonio Cuni
update to the latest revision of pyrepl: now it is possible to use it even without the unicodedata module
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jitypes2
Antonio Cuni
import svn externals needed for pypy (at codespeak svn revision 80021)