On 25/05/2014 12:02, mm0fmf wrote:
On 25/05/2014 11:24, Mark Lawrence wrote:
On 25/05/2014 09:17, bookaa bookaa wrote:
Maybe I will work on Python 3 later.

That's good to know, it'll save me wasting my time looking at it now.

Mark, you've been pro-Python3 enough in your recent postings you have
forced me to act. I've just upgraded my 1st Python2 app to Python3. 2to3
did 99.999% of the work and I had to get a more modern version of a
package which was Python3 compatible.

 From Tuesday (Monday is a holiday), all new Python code at work will be


I merely think Python 3 is the way to go, and that the Python 2.8 crew don't so much have loose screws, but never had them fitted in the first place.

FTR I entirely agree with Roy Smith about sticking with Python 2 in his situation, strikes me as a complete no brainer.

My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask what you can do for our language.

Mark Lawrence

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