On 17/06/15 08:19 -0400, Ken Giusti wrote:
Re: py3k - I think we're really close - I've rebased my local kgiusti-python3 
to latest trunk, and have a few bugs to sort out but I don't think that will 
take too long.

The one missing 'feature' I had planned for py3: modify the tox tests to 
automagically run under all installed versions of python.

But this all should be do-able before the end of the month IMHO.

Just to follow up on this thread and bring up the latest news. The
python 3 support has been merged in the master branch. This was one of
the things we were waiting for to issue a release.

Rafael, do you think the proton-j-reactor work will be able to hit
master soon? It'd be lovely to have all these released asap (but first
lets give python3 at least a week to be tested in master).


----- Original Message -----
From: "Flavio Percoco" <fla...@redhat.com>
To: "Rafael Schloming" <r...@alum.mit.edu>
Cc: us...@qpid.apache.org, proton@qpid.apache.org
Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2015 2:20:09 AM
Subject: Re: Can we release proton 0.10? Can we add Py3K to that release?

On 16/06/15 23:38 -0400, Rafael Schloming wrote:
>I'd like to get the proton-j-reactor branch into 0.10 also. It should be
>soon, so if py3k can be sorted and merged in a similar timeframe we could
>target a release for the end of the month.

This sounds awesome, I think it can be done based on the latest email
from Ken about Py3K.


>On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 3:32 PM, Flavio Percoco <fla...@redhat.com> wrote:
>    Greetings,
>    I've been looking with great pleasure all the progress happening in
>    proton lately and I was wondering whether it'd be possible to have an
>    0.10 release cut soon.
>    There are some bugfixes I'm personally interested in but also some
>    important changes (specifically in the python bindings) that will make
>    consuming proton easier for users (OpenStack among those).
>    Is there a chance for the above to happen any time soon?
>    Can I push my request a bit further and ask for the py3k code to be
>    merged as well?
>    All the above are key pieces to make proton more consumable and allow
>    for services like OpenStack to fully adopt it.
>    Thanks,
>    Flavio
>    --
>    @flaper87
>    Flavio Percoco

Flavio Percoco


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