|Subject:||Re: [Duplicity-talk] Python 3|
|Date:||Sat, 9 Apr 2011 18:32:55 -0400|
OK, Python 3 was released end of 2008 I believe, so that would imply end of 2014 when we would be able to drop 2.x.
2.6 was released end of 2006, so that's probably end of 2012 when we could depend on that.
But I guess we could support 3.x as soon as we put in the effort to make py2to3 work, and assuming we can do so when still using 2.4.
On Apr 9, 2011 4:20 PM, "Kenneth Loafman" <address@hidden> wrote:
The RedHat folks are on a 6-year support cycle, so the minimum Python we need to support is 2.4 for now and will move up as time goes on. It's a pain, but we do have a fair number of them out in the wild, so we should not drop support. In my opinion, a 6-year old system is probably dangerous to have around, even if patched, but some businesses do just that.
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Michael Terry <address@hidden> wrote:
> It is possible to have...
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