[Pygui] Python 3 Plans
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Feb 10 00:29:26 CET 2010
Andrew McNabb wrote:
> I agree with this sentiment, and it would be great to see more packages
> moving over to Python 3.
I'll certainly tackle it at some point, I just can't say
when I'll be able to find simultaneous time and enthusiasm
for it. I'm not using Python 3 myself yet, so it's not one
of my itches.
> I'm not sure if it matters where it's hosted, but I would definitely be
> more inclined to contribute an occasional patch if PyGUI were in Git or
> Mercurial or something.
The problem is that I really don't enjoy working with any
of the current generation of VCSes. They're incompatible
with the way I like to work. I've tried it with Pyrex, and
I find it adds a level of stress that I could do without.
That tends to discourage me from using a VCS for any further
projects. I'm not saying it won't happen, just that for me
it's not entirely the no-brainer that it probably appears to
be to most other people.
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