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Re: The looming Python 3(000) monster



Jon Ciesla wrote:
> It's gonna hurt, and obviously we'll need a compat-python26, but I think
> we'll be able to port things over, and have them either use Python3k or
> compat- as needed.  Not sure when we'd be completely cut over, but I'd
> love to see 2.6 the default in F11, which I believe is the plan, and Py3k
> in the not too distant future*, F12.
> 
We're going to avoid compat-python26 if possible.  The reason is that
third party modules are needed to make a program work.  So we wouldn't
just have a python26 package.... we'd have python26, python26-mozilla,
python26-libxml2, python26-pygtk, and etc.

-Toshio

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