Python 3?

Aaron Toponce atoponce at
Thu Dec 4 20:01:19 UTC 2008

Chris wrote:
> Since Python 3 was released, how is Ubuntu going to transition it's PyGTK
> apps to 3.0?
> Most GNOME (and Ubuntu-centric) apps are made with Python 2.6, right?

No. Most GNOME applications are written in C, although some may be
written in Python and other languages.

Transitioning shouldn't be difficult. Python 2.6 was released as a
transition release to Python 3, so if any code is 2.6-compliant, it will
run in 3 without any trouble.

 ,-O  Aaron Toponce
O   } Ubuntu Member

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