[Ironpython-users] django on IronPython -- one more step
vernondcole at gmail.com
Sat May 26 15:16:11 CEST 2012
When discussing running django on IronPython a while back, a suggestion was
made to use the Python3 branch of django, which IMHO is a great.
This announcement came in this morning on the django developers list:
Python 3 port - now available on
Vinay Sajip <vinay_sajip at yahoo.co.uk> May 25 02:51AM -0700
The single codebase port of Django to Python 3 is now available on
GitHub . Recent core changes have been merged, and the test results
are available at .
2.7.2: Ran 4734 tests in 540.793s - OK (skipped=112, expected
3.2.2: Ran 4688 tests in 524.807s - OK (skipped=120, expected
failures=2, unexpected successes=1)
Recent tests only cover the SQLite backend and were run on Linux. Help
with testing other DB backends (and the GIS functionality) would be
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