Roy Smith <> writes:

> Thanks for the pointer.  I installed and ran caniusepython3.  It tells 
> me:
> > Of those 19 projects, 17 have no direct dependencies blocking their 
> > transition:
> > […]
> >   fabric

Fabric was for a long time held back by its dependency on the Paramiko
library. But that library is now Python 3 compatible, and Fabric is
moving steadily in the direction of Python 3 support.

The latest is a change in the documentation to explicitly remove the
last dependency hurdle <URL:>.

Now the only blockers are internal; Fabric 2.0 is AFAICT going to be the
Python 3 compatible version of Fabric, and it is coming along well.

 \       “Some people have a problem, and they think “I know, I'll use |
  `\     Perl!”. Now they have some number of problems but they're not |
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Ben Finney


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