"Eric S. Raymond" <e...@thyrsus.com> writes:
> I agree that 2.4 is still quite OK. I'm a little concerned that dropping that
> far back might store up some transition problems for the day we decide to
> make the jump to Python 3.
> On the other hand, I think gating features on RHEL5 might be
> excessively cautious. According to , RHEL will red-zone within 30
> days if it hasn't done so already ( says "Q4"). And RHEL6 (with
> Python 2.6) has been shipping for two years.
I won't worry about Python 3 yet; in what timeframe did Python's
i18n/unicode support become usable? In 2.4, or 2.6?
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