[Twisted-Python] An apology to the community (outstanding trial bugs)
radeex at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 22:08:10 EST 2004
Speaking of trial sucking, I just committed a change to SVN that
should prevent a LOT of those lame "there is a bug in trial" errors --
Failure formatting now uses a safe repr so bugs in user __repr__
implementations won't murder trial.
On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 21:01:12 -0500, Jonathan Simms
<slyphon at twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I know that there are several trial issues outstanding and that they're
> holding up the 2.0 release. I recently got a job working in Manhattan,
> and am still adjusting to the commute and the tasks that are assigned
> to me, so I haven't had the attention or energy to devote to twisted.
> On a lighter note (and adding to the distraction) I also got engaged
> this weekend. :-)
> I'm not quite sure when I'll have time to clear these issues up. I will
> try to work on them during the week and hopefully have them resolved by
> next week sometime.
> I am terribly sorry to have put everyone in this position.
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