Backward compability older Python versions
michael at stroeder.com
Fri Mar 4 12:13:11 CET 2005
For various reasons it is difficult to support older versions of Python.
Especially supporting 1.x is a pain with newer modules written in
Python. Or there are some subtle changes regarding data types (long
integers since 2.3 etc.).
Now the question is which versions of Python are still used by the
python-ldap community and should be supported?
Personally I'd like to be drop support for any Python version earlier
than 2.3. This would make it possible to use standard modules like sets
and datetime which could make life easier.
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