"Joachim Schmitz" <j...@schmitz-digital.de> writes:

> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> I personally would think 2.6 is recent enough.  Which platforms that
>> are long-term-maintained by their vendors still pin their Python at
>> 2.4.X?  2.4.6 was in 2008 that was source only, 2.4.4 was in late
>> 2006 that was the last 2.4 with binary release.
>> Objections?  Comments?
> We have a working 2.4.2 for HP-NonStop and some major problems getting
> 2.7.3 to work.

I do not think a platform that stops at 2.4.2 instead of going to
higher 2.4.X series deserves to be called "long term maintained by
their vendors".  It sounds more like "attempted to supply 2.4.X and
abandoned the users once onee port was done" to me.

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