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Re: Another test release of DDD to go along with remake 0.60 sometime so
Re: Another test release of DDD to go along with remake 0.60 sometime soon
Fri, 13 Jan 2006 10:20:47 +0200
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R. Bernstein wrote:
>After getting out an initial release of a slightly changed python
>and a announcement on the generic Python newsgroup
>I have perhaps second thoughts about holding off on a release of DDD.
>There may be a bit of variation, possibly large, on the python
>As far as a name goes, for now I've been calling in pydb -- the name
>that DDD uses. But there's always a (small) chance that something like
>this might get into the base Python code and then it's possible it
>would called pdb.py.
>This variation aside, I think there may be others. Not just to the
>debugger but to the DDD debugger support. Since pdb.py just doesn't
>seem to have the vast number of features that it might, they can't get
>reflected by DDD. And DDD can make use of lots of debugger features.
>Also, the GNU Make change was somewhat large. And finally I'm
>uncertain how much time I can put into new effort or when it will be
>done. I may have or get too many irons in the fire.
>Sorry for my flip-flopping.
So are you saying that we should get an official release
out now, and when the python stuff's ready, make another