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Re: timeline for python 3?



On Fri, 13 Mar 2009 13:12:28 -0700
Nifty Fedora Mitch wrote:

> Recall that yum, and goodness what else are python based. 

Yea, it is interesting how when something the fedora maintainers
use heavily becomes incompatible, then suddenly backward compatibility
becomes vitally important instead of just: "well, you shouldn't
use fedora if you don't want the bleeding edge" :-).

I also don't see why it shouldn't be provided as a separate
package. If it really is all that incompatible it is a completely
different language anyway, and there is merely a coincidence
that part of the name is composed of the letters "python" :-).

Certainly the Qt3 gui toolkit is pretty much a completely different
toolkit than Qt4, and fedora manages to ship both of those.


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