Brainstorming for UDS-P
barry at python.org
Tue Sep 27 19:42:47 UTC 2011
On Sep 27, 2011, at 01:02 AM, Scott Kitterman wrote:
>If you aim your minimum Python version at 2.6, it's not that hard to write
>code that works with both python and python3. If you want a "P" target for
>Python3, I'd suggest getting Ubuntu custom code working in either so that we
>can through the switch when ready would be a really good goal.
If we drop 2.6 for P, then 2.7 will be the minimum Python, but in any event, I
agree with you.
I have to admit that after thinking about this a lot, I am torn between
wanting to aggressively lead on the migration to Python 3, and wanting to have
a really stable P-series with no ftbfs or other lurking problems in our Python
2 stack. My conservative side is peeking out. :)
To the extent that we can do both, great. I will put this on our agenda for
UDS-P and I'm sure we'll get a lively and diverse discussion about our short
and long term plans here.
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