PyWin32 for Python 3.x
nagle at animats.com
Mon Mar 16 06:17:31 CET 2009
Tim Golden wrote:
> John Nagle wrote:
>> Well, of some other packages I use:
>> MySQLdb: "Python versions 2.3-2.5 are supported."
>> Ref: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysql-python
>> M2Crypto: Latest version is for Python 2.6.
>> Ref: http://chandlerproject.org/bin/view/Projects/MeTooCrypto
>> Somebody who's into tracking might want to maintain a big cross-reference
>> table of "what packages work with what versions".
> I'm inclined to agree. I remember some discussion about adding
> a Wiki page for this, but searching quickly what I've come up
> with is a suggestion in the Py3k/FAQ page:
> which points towards a PyPI query listing packages which have
> Python :: 3 tagged:
> It doesn't seem an entirely unreasonable approach. It falls
> short of a researched / edited page (even a Wiki one) but
> that would be a lot of work. I'm not sure how many Python
> packages don't make into PyPI, nor am I sure how much effort
> people take to categorise their packages appropriately.
At least there's a place to put the information. But the
data isn't there. The short list of 40 packages listed as working with
Python 3.0 contains mostly minor, special-purpose packages.
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