Python 2.X vs. 3.X - level of acceptance?
rogerb at rogerbinns.com
Tue Apr 27 12:47:49 EDT 2010
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On 04/27/2010 03:57 AM, Stephan Schulz wrote:
> Is Python 3 sucessful enough to make a switch worthwhile now?
The language/interpreter is just fine. The biggest problem is 3rd party
modules. My own module (APSW) has been available since the early betas of
Python 3 and I make it available for Python 2.3 onwards.
I have a release every month or two, and so you can see adoption trends for
Windows users over time:
Python 2.6 is by far the most popular, but 3.1 is picking up. It is
disturbing just many 2.3 users there still are though.
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