anthonybaxter at gmail.com
Sun Aug 22 08:32:55 CEST 2004
On 21 Aug 2004 23:42:32 -0400, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
> It's serious. OTOH, they'll stay in the language until Python 3.0 comes
> out, and there's nobody forcing you to upgrade. The useful lifespan of
> a Python version seems to be about three or four years (my company just
> switched from Python 1.5.2 to Python 2.2, so we'll be two full versions
> out of date by the end of the year).
Note also that Python 3.0 (aka Python 3000) isn't even close to being
started - I suspect we're at least 4 or 5 years from it happening. And
there's still going to be at least a couple more major releases in the 2.x
cycle before then.
See PEP 3000 for the current collection of ideas for Python 3.0.
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