Backward compability older Python versions
jens at dataflake.org
Fri Mar 4 12:54:32 CET 2005
On Mar 4, 2005, at 12:45, Michael Ströder wrote:
>> IIRC Python 2.1.3 is the standard version of Python included in
>> Debian Woody which is still (unfortunately) the stable Debian release
>> so please keep this in mind when you'll decide.
> Hmm, regarding Linux distributions also the versions of the OpenLDAP
> libs come to mind. I'd like drop support for older OpenLDAP libs too
> to get rid of all the #ifdef's spreaded around in the C source.
Where would you place the "cut-off"? Keep in mind that RH still ships
that antiquated 2.0.27 with RH9/RHEL3... If you mean dropping support
for OL 1.x, by all means, just do it :)
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