Hi Andreas,

Thanks for you work on supporting freebayes in Debian. I thought that we
have a patch in that does port freebayes (it's supporting scripts at least)
to python3. I should check that this is completed. It should be easy enough
to use 2to3 if there is anything left to clean up. I can tag a new release

On Tue, Sep 10, 2019, 09:34 Andreas Tille <notificati...@github.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> the Debian Med team is maintaining freebayes for official Debian. The
> recently released Debian 10 was the last Debian release featuring Python2
> since this programming language is EOL. If you are interested that we
> continue to maintain freebayes in official Debian (and that users of other
> modern distributions will have no problems to install freebayes on their
> systems) I'd recommend you port your code to Python3. The 2to3 tool might
> be of great help here. I have seen some commits about Python3
> compatibility. It would be great if you could tag a new release if the
> conversion might be finished.
> Kind regards, Andreas.
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