I agree. Third party support for Python3 is pretty good now. But if you have any dependencies you know you're going to need it's a good idea to check beforehand.
There's also the six module if you want to be able to say you support 2 and 3, and want a nice way of papering over the differences. http://six.readthedocs.io/ //Ed > On Mar 7, 2018, at 3:31 PM, Tod Olson <t...@uchicago.edu> wrote: > > I'd suggest Python 3. > > There are mechanisms for managing virtual environments for Python, like penv, > which make it easy to install and switch between versions without confusing > the system. > > -Tod
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