-- Issue #14850: Now a chamap decoder treat
es U+FFFE as "undefined mapping"
+- Issue #14850: Now a chamap decoder treats U+FFFE as "undefined mapping"
in any mapping, not only in a string.
- Issue #11461: Fix the incremental UTF-16 decoder. Original patch by
- Issue #16761: Calling int() with base argument only now raises TypeError.
- Issue #16759: Support the full DWORD (unsigned long) range in Reg2Py
- when retr
eiving a REG_DWORD value. This corrects functions like
+ when retriving a REG_DWORD value. This corrects functions like
winreg.QueryValueEx that may have been returning truncated values.
- Issue #14420: Support the full DWORD (unsigned long) range in Py2Reg
- Issue #9586: Redefine SEM_FAILED on MacOSX to keep compiler happy.
-- Issue 10527: make multiprocessing use poll() instead of select() if available.
+- Issue 10527: make multiprocessing use poll() instead of select() if available.
- Issue #16485: Now file descriptors are closed if file header patching failed
- Issue #14399: zipfile now recognizes that the archive has been modified even
if only the comment is changed. In addition, the TypeError that results from
- trying to set a non-binary value as a comment is now
now raised at the time
+ trying to set a non-binary value as a comment is now raised at the time
the comment is set rather than at the time the zipfile is written.
- Issue #7978: socketserver now restarts the select() call when EINTR is
check or set the MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET environment variable for the
interpreter process. This could cause failures in non-Distutils subprocesses
and was unreliable since tests or user programs could modify the interpreter
- environment after Distutils set it. Instead, have Distutils set the
+ environment after Distutils set it. Instead, have Distutils set the
deployment target only in the environment of each build subprocess. It is
still possible to globally override the default by setting
MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET before launching the interpreter; its value must be
- Issue #11272: On Windows, input() strips '\r' (and not only '\n'), and
sys.stdin uses universal newline (replace '\r\n' by '\n').
issue #11828: startswith and endswith don't accept None as slice index. Patch
+- ssue #11828: startswith and endswith don't accept None as slice index. Patch
- Issue #10830: Fix PyUnicode_FromFormatV("%c") for non-BMP characters on