On Dec 03, 2015, at 08:45 AM, Edward Betts wrote: >I've packaged a vim plugin that provides live code checking for Python 2 and 3 >using pyflakes.
Speaking of vim, some work needs to be done along the port-to-Python-3 path. I think vim still only builds against Python 2. As part of this issue: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=729924 I submitted a (probably out-of-date) patch to enable Python 3, but the Debian maintainer has some valid concerns. I'm not a vim user so I really don't know how people expect vim+Python to work, and whether it's actually feasible to selectively enable Python 2 or Python 3 support. Ideally (from a Python 3 p.o.v.) it would be possible to ship vim and not require any Python 2 to be installed by default. If you're a vim and Python fan, please take a look at the above issue and any help you can provide to move this forward would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, -Barry