Is there anyway Vpython and pyODE can be made to work with newer versions of Python 2.6.1 etc. without a lot of changes to source code?
gh at ghaering.de
Sat Jan 24 22:27:03 CET 2009
Casey Hawthorne wrote:
> Is there anyway Vpython and pyODE can be made to work with newer
> versions of Python 2.6.1 etc. without a lot of changes to source code?
> I suppose I'm thinking of an extra layer of indirection, which might
> slow things down to much.
Aren't this just Python libraries that include extension modules (i. e.
modules written in C to interface external C libraries). If so, there is
a good chance that just compiling them against Python 2.6 works out of
the box. Otherwise the adjustments necessary will be just minor ones.
Python 3.0 compatibility is a different issue, though (more work).
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