Dne 6.9.2010 11:27, Stephan Kulow napsal(a):
Am Freitag 27 August 2010 schrieb Jan Matejek:
Fellow developers and users,
just a heads-up: moments ago I have submitted a new Python version 2.7.
This version contains many new and interesting features, and only a
small chance of breaking existing code: no backwards-incompatible
changes, and no big changes worth mentioning.
For more details see .
There is one thing notable for people who write or maintain software
that embeds Python: the new function PySys_SetArgvEx  does the job
originally done by PySys_SetArgv, but closes a nasty security problem
with the latter . Most software should be fixed by now, but please
review your packages anyway.
There are quite many packages that break because of this - many of them
are from devel:languages:python - I assumed you had checked that ;(
right now everything is rebuilding, so i can't see the statuses :(
AFAICT, many packages broke because of setuptools, i'll be forwarding a
new version momentarily
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