Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-07 Thread Ben Finney
Ondrej Novy writes: > do I understand you correctly that there is no default Python in > Debian? :) :-) Hopefully a little polite repetition will help the point become clearer, though Andrey said it plainly in the initial response. Shirish, now that we've established there is no “default

Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-07 Thread Ondrej Novy
Hi, 2018-06-07 11:03 GMT+02:00 Ben Finney : > > There is no “default Python” in Debian > ... > There is no command in Debian for “the default Python”, > ... > There is no “default Python” in Debian. > do I understand you correctly that there is no default Python in Debian? :) Just kiddin',

Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-07 Thread Ben Finney
shirish शिरीष writes: > On 06/06/2018, shirish शिरीष wrote: > > I have also been trying to understand which packages/modules are > > remaining for python 3 to be the default-python There is no “default Python” in Debian. Python 2 and Python 3 are separate run-time systems, and are provided by

Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-06 Thread Andrey Rahmatullin
On Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 10:20:13PM +0530, shirish शिरीष wrote: > Maybe it would have been better to say that right now python gives > > $ python --version > Python 2.7.15 > > To be more precise, I meant to know if 'Bullseye' i.e Debian 11 would > have python 3.0 as default or not.

Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-06 Thread shirish शिरीष
at bottom :- On 06/06/2018, shirish शिरीष wrote: > Dear Friends, > > I was just looking for documentation about what's keeping us from > getting to python 3 but couldn't find anything which I could lay my > finger on. > > I did find some obsolete documentation though on the wiki. The entries >

Re: Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-06 Thread Andrey Rahmatullin
On Wed, Jun 06, 2018 at 08:38:56PM +0530, shirish शिरीष wrote: > I was just looking for documentation about what's keeping us from > getting to python 3 Depends on your definition of "getting to python 3". > I have also been trying to understand which packages/modules are > remaining for python 3

Could somebody change the alioth documentation, have a buster roadmap and know what's missing to move to python 3 entirely.

2018-06-06 Thread shirish शिरीष
Dear Friends, I was just looking for documentation about what's keeping us from getting to python 3 but couldn't find anything which I could lay my finger on. I did find some obsolete documentation though on the wiki. The entries can be seen at - https://wiki.debian.org/Python and