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Patch / Bug Summary
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Patches : 235 open ( +0) / 2637 closed ( +4) / 2872 total ( +4)
Bugs : 768 open ( +1) / 4480 closed (+17) / 5248 total (+18)
RFE : 152 open ( +1) / 131 closed ( +0) / 283 total ( +1)

New / Reopened Patches
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unittest.py patch: add skipped test functionality (2004-09-24)
http://python.org/sf/1034053 opened by Remy Blank

Remove CoreServices / CoreFoundation dependencies in core (2004-09-26)
http://python.org/sf/1035255 opened by Bob Ippolito

-m option to run a module as a script (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1035498 opened by Nick Coghlan

Add New RPM-friendly record option to setup.py (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1035576 opened by Jeff Pitman

Patches Closed

Add API to logging package to allow intercooperatio n. (2004-09-21)
http://python.org/sf/1032206 closed by vsajip

SystemError generated by struct.pack('P' , 'notanumber') (2004-08-18)
http://python.org/sf/1011240 closed by arigo

(bug 952953) execve empty 2nd arg fix (2004-08-14)
http://python.org/sf/1009075 closed by arigo

atexit decorator (2004-09-21)
http://python.org/sf/1031687 closed by rhettinger

New / Reopened Bugs
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idle -n crashes (2004-09-22)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1032395 opened by Matthias Klose

Odd behavior with unicode.transla te on OSX. (2004-09-22)
http://python.org/sf/1032615 opened by Jeremy Fincher

ftplib has incomplete transfer when sending files in Windows (2004-09-22)
http://python.org/sf/1032875 opened by Ed Sanville

Confusing description of strict option for email.Parser (2004-09-23)
http://python.org/sf/1032960 opened by Andrew Bennetts

Misleading error message in random.choice (2004-09-22)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1033038 opened by Nefarious CodeMonkey, Jr.

build doesn't pick up bsddb w/Mandrake 9.2 (2004-09-23)
http://python.org/sf/1033390 opened by Alex Martelli

buffer() object broken. (2004-09-23)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1033720 opened by James Y Knight

Can't inherit slots from new-style classes implemented in C (2004-09-24)
http://python.org/sf/1034178 opened by Phil Thompson

More buffer object brokenness (2004-09-24)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1034242 opened by James Y Knight

Why does Python link to Foundation? (2004-09-24)
http://python.org/sf/1034277 opened by Bob Ippolito

Configure uses GNU ld flags with non-GNU compilers/linkers (2004-09-25)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1034496 opened by Drew Schatt

hex() and oct() documentation is incorrect (2004-09-27)
http://python.org/sf/1035279 opened by Nick Coghlan

distutils.util. get_platform() should include sys.version[:2] (2004-09-27)
http://python.org/sf/1035703 opened by Bob Ippolito

Tix.Grid widgets not implemented yet (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1036406 opened by Christos Georgiou

unicode strings cannot be dictionary keys (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1036490 opened by Morten Kjeldgaard

Email module's feed parser (2004-09-28)
CLOSED http://python.org/sf/1036506 opened by Matthew Cowles

file.next() info hidden (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1036626 opened by Nick Jacobson

printf() in dynload_shlib.c should be PySys_WriteStde rr (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1036752 opened by Jp Calderone

Bugs Closed

rfc822 __iter__ problem (2004-09-17)
http://python.org/sf/1030125 closed by rhettinger

Fold tuples of constants into a single constant (2004-09-20)
http://python.org/sf/1031667 closed by rhettinger

Misleading error message in random.choice (2004-09-22)
http://python.org/sf/1033038 closed by rhettinger

PEP 302 loader not carried through by reload function (2004-09-16)
http://python.org/sf/1029475 closed by pje

Float/long comparison anomaly (2002-02-06)
http://python.org/sf/513866 closed by tim_one

buffer() object broken. (2004-09-23)
http://python.org/sf/1033720 closed by nascheme

ConfigParser's get method gives utf-8 for a utf-16 config... (2004-01-10)
http://python.org/sf/874354 closed by goodger

More buffer object brokenness (2004-09-24)
http://python.org/sf/1034242 closed by nascheme

embedding in multi-threaded & multi sub-interpreter environ (2004-03-22)
http://python.org/sf/921077 closed by bcannon

Configure uses GNU ld flags with non-GNU compilers/linkers (2004-09-25)
http://python.org/sf/1034496 closed by loewis

2.4 asyncore breaks Zope (2004-08-18)
http://python.org/sf/1011606 closed by tim_one

CPU usage shoots up with asyncore (2004-08-16)
http://python.org/sf/1010098 closed by arigo

execve rejects empty argument list (2004-05-13)
http://python.org/sf/952953 closed by arigo

email.Message.M essage.__getite m__ doc string wrong (2004-06-25)
http://python.org/sf/979924 closed by bwarsaw

Email module's feed parser (2004-09-28)
http://python.org/sf/1036506 closed by bwarsaw

idle -n crashes (2004-09-22)
http://python.org/sf/1032395 closed by kbk

IDLE hangs when inactive more than 2 hours (2004-08-02)
http://python.org/sf/1001869 closed by kbk

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