[Python-Dev] Another update for PEP 394 -- The "python" Command on Unix-Like Systems
mcepl at cepl.eu
Thu Feb 14 02:08:48 EST 2019
On 2019-02-13, 23:33 GMT, Barry Warsaw wrote:
> Perhaps. I just don’t think Python 4 is anything but distant
> vaporware. There’s a cost to freaking everyone out that
> Python 4 is coming and will be as disruptive as Python 3.
> Calling Python 3.9+1 Python 4 feeds into that FUD for no
> reason that I can tell except for an aversion to two digit
> minor version numbers.
Is this relevant to the discussion at hand? We are talking about
the binary /usr/bin/python3 which will be surely be provided
even by Python 4, won't it?
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