We have some support for .env files in the Python extension for VS Code, but we have noticed some shortcomings with .env files based on user feedback. After getting some inspiration from CircuitPython
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Back in 2017 I wrote a blog post on how I manage version numbers [https://snarky.ca/how-i-manage-package-version-numbers/]. In that post I mentioned how I tried to follow semantic versioning [https://semver.org/
I am going to admit upfront that this is a thought piece, a brain dump, me thinking out loud. Do not assume there is a lesson here, nor some goal I have in
I recently helped someone release their first project on PyPI and I was asked why I did version numbers the way I did, so I figured I would share where my current thinking
While developing the CLA bot for CPython [https://github.com/python/the-knights-who-say-ni] (aka, the Knights Who Say Ni), I decided to make it asynchronous, partially for performance reasons but also because I simply