[AstroPy] Plan to port astropy to python3?
Bridgman, William T.
William.T.Bridgman at nasa.gov
Tue Jun 7 11:22:59 EDT 2011
This is the first I've heard that my main components of interest are
ALL working on Python 3.
Which means I will probably try a test installation of Python 3 on one
of my systems this summer.
I want to make more use of threading on multi-core systems since
graphical rendering is a lot of 'embarrassingly parallel' type
On Jun 7, 2011, at 11:15 AM, Perry Greenfield wrote:
> That's something we are thinking about now. So far we haven't seen any
> major shift by science users in general to Python 3, so if there are
> significant efforts out there that wish to use Python 3, let us know.
> If we don't hear of any, we may delay future Python 3 ports until the
> user base is growing. It is more likely we will support it with more
> general libraries such as pywcs than with our applications.
> On Jun 7, 2011, at 10:44 AM, Xavier Gnata wrote:
>> well everything is mainly in the title.
>> numpy,scipy,matplotlib and pyfits are now working with python3.
>> Is there already a plan to port pywcs to python3 ?
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Dr. William T."Tom" Bridgman Scientific Visualization
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