[arch-general] Python 3 Rationale?
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Wed Oct 20 11:21:58 EDT 2010
On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 11:16, Armando M. Baratti
<ambaratti.listas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Em 20-10-2010 05:24, Stefano Z. escreveu:
>> anyone know if reportlab does work with python3 ?
> No, reportlab doesn't work with python3.
> Neither Django, nor Twisted.
> As well the modules below are incompatible with python3 (to mention a few):
> - PyGTK2
> - Pyjamas
> - Kiwi
> - Beaker
> - Cheetah
> - CherryPy
> - nose
> - Paste
> - numpy
> - PyChecker
> - pycrypto
> - egenix utilities (used by many db connectors)
> - psycopg
> - couchdbkit
> - Elixir
> - MySQL-python
> - PyMySQL
> - PyDB2
> And many, many more.
> It'll be a long time for many of these modules be converted (rewritten in
> some cases) to python3.
> It was a smart move from the standpoint of package management, but from the
> point of view of a developer...
You do realize that python 2 is not being taken away, right?
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