On Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 2:17 AM, Thomas Goirand <z...@debian.org> wrote:

> On my side (as the Debian package maintainer of OpenStack), I was more
> than happy to see that Ceilometer made the choice to use a Python module
> for memcache which supports Python 3. Currently python-memcache does
> *not* support Python 3. It's in fact standing in the way to add Python 3
> compatibility to *a lot* of the OpenStack packages, because this
> directly impact python-keystoneclient, which is a (build-)dependency of
> almost everything.
Thomas -

python-keystoneclient should no longer have a hard dependency on
python-memcache(d). The auth_token middleware which can use memcache has
been moved into the keystonemiddleware repo (a copy is left in
keystoneclient only for backwards-compatibility). If python-keystoneclient
still has a dependency on python-memcache then we're doing something wrong
and should be able to fix it.

- Brant
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