Brett Cannon | 1 Jul 20:50 2010

Re: [ANN] Six, utilities for supporting Python 2 and 3 with the same code base

On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 13:24, Benjamin Peterson <benjamin@...> wrote:
> 2010/6/30 Brett Cannon <brett@...>:
>> On Tue, Jun 29, 2010 at 13:57, Benjamin Peterson
<benjamin@...> wrote:
>>> I've just released for the first time six, a set of helpers for
>>> maintaining a code base on Python 2 and 3 simultaneously. It includes
>>> fake byte and unicode literals and wrappers for syntax changes between
>>> the languages. The license is MIT.
>>> You can download it on PyPi:
>>> or read the documentation:
>>> Bugs can be reported to the Launchpad page:
>> I was actually thinking about doing this; you beat me to it! =)
>> Looks good overall. Only three suggestions. One is that the
>> documentation for const is a little confusing; I would move the
>> example to the end as I thought that dispatch_types was an actual
>> function in the module instead of just example usage.
> Moved, thank you.
>> Two, is there a need for a function to get the currently raised
>> exception (especially without the traceback to prevent accidental
>> circular loops)? Since that part of the syntax changed it would
>> probably be good to have a function to call which returns the raised
>> exception. Don't remember if the 'with' statement cleans up its
>> variables, but if it does then the traceback object could be exposed
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