[PEAK] PEAK-Rules for Python3

PJ Eby pje at telecommunity.com
Mon Apr 13 15:28:27 EDT 2015

Oops, the Python 2 errors are because I forgot to check in some code.
;-)  (Specifically a similar export in BytecodeAssembler.)  The
'anonymous' function thing is because I have a local change to
DecoratorTools that needs a test before I can check it in.  Fixing the
segfault is waiting on me retooling my developer environment a bit so
I can more easily test against all Python versions; I hope to work on
that sometime this week.

In the meantime, if any of the actual functionality of PEAK-Rules
appears broken, let me know.  (Btw, you can get *much* shorter output
from the tests if you use 'setup.py -q test'; it will show only a line
of dots and any actual failures, rather than a detailed accounting of
what is being run.)

On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 12:38 PM, Cara <ceridwen.mailing.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Most of the tests on my system now seem to be passing.  In Python 3,
> PEAK-Rules is clean except for a couple of deprecation warnings.  There
> are some shallow failures in AddOns and BytecodeAssembler's doctests
> still segfault.
> http://pastebin.com/2K3Qzb0b
> On Python 2 everything is clean except that there are a handful of
> failures for PEAK-Rules.  I think they're all shallow except for a
> failure to import ord from assembler.py.
> http://pastebin.com/ScizUKkV
> A quick look suggests that because `new` exists in Python 2, ord never
> gets set in assembler.py.
> try:
>     from new import code as NEW_CODE, function
> except ImportError:
>     from types import FunctionType as function
>     NEW_CODE = lambda ac, *args: CodeType(ac, 0, *args)
>     long = ord = int
> Probably you want to enclose the import in the doctest in another try:
> except: block.  I don't know why you aren't seeing this bug.
> Cara
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