On Apr 12, 2018, at 04:59, Mojca Miklavec wrote: > There are still some python modules that provide support for python > 2.6 and 3.3. Is it ok to put all of them to py-graveyard? > > There are a number of broken py34-* ports due to missing dependencies > (notably py34-matplotlib). > > Do we want to: > (a) Temporarily add those missing dependencies until the rest of > 3.5/3.6 ports are tested & working? > (b) Try to remove support for 3.4 ASAP.
If you want to graveyard python 3.x modules < 3.5, it'd be nice to first update the three remaining ports that depend on such old modules: $ port echo depends:':py3-' and not name:'^py3-' jrnl livestreamer lirc And remove the old python variants from the several ports that still have them: $ port echo variant:'(^|\s)python3($|\s)' boost boost-numpy cmake cmake-devel coccinelle flann grc htcondor liblinear libproxy libpwquality libsbml libsvm MacVim mycli nghttp2 octave-symbolic ompl opencv pgcli pybombs pybombs-devel pymol pypi2port qgis3 quickfix root5 root6 salt spot uhd uhd-devel vigra vim vips volk volk-devel weechat weechat-devel xonsh xonsh-devel xorg-libxcb xorg-xcb-proto xraylib youtube-dl znc