Thursday, January 10, 2013

Py3k status update #9

This is the ninth status update about our work on the py3k branch, which
we can work on thanks to all of the people who donated to the py3k
proposal
.

Just a very short update on December's work: we're now passing about 223 of
approximately 355 modules of CPython's regression test suite, up from passing
194 last month.

Some brief highlights:

  • More encoding related issues were addressed. e.g. now most if not all the
    multibytecodec test modules pass.
  • Fixed some path handling issues (test_os, test_ntpath and
    test_posixpath now pass)
  • We now pass test_class, test_descr and almost test_builtin (among
    other things): these are notable as they are fairly extensive test suites of
    core aspects of the langauge.
  • Amaury Forgeot d'Arc continued making progress on CPyExt (thanks again!)

cheers,
Phil

2 comments:

Arne Babenhauserheide said...

Nice! Thank you for your update!

Kevin S. Smith said...

The update was expected. Thank you for your update. Hope to see more.