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On 9 January 2015 at 07:38, Bohuslav Kabrda < bkabrda(a)redhat.com
> Dave, thanks for the input.
> Yes, it's technically possible to put both dashes and dots in package name,
> although I'm sort of failing to see what the benefit of doing that would
> Is this for readability only? For me, python34-something is more readable
> than the two variants you propose (but I understand that it's a matter of
> personal preference and if majority likes one of your variants, we can use
I can actually see a reason.. when you want python310 to replace
using simple parsing rules. But that is just me comparing colours on the
bikeshed. [It should point south.. or you'll get the wood rot.]
Guido van Rossum has, several times now, expressed his aversion to having
"3.10". It is most likely that there will be "3.9" and then
"4.0", even if that doesn't present any huge change (like 2.6->3.0 did).
[No, no, south is *obviously wrong*; moreover, it'll be metal, not wood...]
> Slavek Kabrda
Stephen J Smoogen.