About Python page
I would never use the word 'stupid' to describe the FreeCAD user. But, make no mistake, your edit is totally unnecessary. It does not improve the page in any way.
Hi Roy 043, I have not had the impression so far. You may know the saying: >> He who works much makes many mistakes. He who works little, makes few mistakes. Those who don't work don't make mistakes, and those who don't make mistakes - get promoted. <<
If I compare again the two versions of VIM:
- (January 2020) FreeCAD was originally designed to work with Python 2. Since Python 2 reached end of life in 2020, future development of FreeCAD will be done exclusively with Python 3, and backwards compatibility will not be supported.
- FreeCAD was originally designed to work with Python 2.x. This series ended with 2.7.18 release dated April, 20th 2020 and is succeeded by Python 3. The further development of FreeCAD will be done exclusively with Python 3, and backwards compatibility will not be supported.
My proposal is to keep it this manner:
- strike (January 2020)
- FreeCAD has been designed with Python 2, which reached end of life. The further FreeCAD development will be done exclusively with Python 3. A backwards compatibility will not be supported.
Spreadsheet_Import - SeeAlso link: Std_Export?
Spreadsheet_Export - SeeAlso link: Std_Import?
Does not make sense. Please explain.
Or do you mean?:
Spreadsheet_Import - SeeAlso link: Spreadsheet_Export?
Spreadsheet_Export - SeeAlso link: Spreadsheet_Import?
my intention has been to correct the wrong links in the GuiCommand field
only the following vice-versa nomination makes sense:
before my correction it was wrong nominated.