Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-13 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Mojca Miklavec wrote: > Removing any traces of 3.x up to 3.6 should be straightforward, but > requiring quite a bit of (tedious) work. > > Mojca > > PS: just removing the numbers from portgroup is not sufficient. All > ports that don't specify the default version need to be revbumped and >

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-13 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: > Richard L. Hamilton wrote: >> Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to drop >> some of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable (for >> everything dependent on it) version is possible on every supported OS. And >> it would

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-13 Thread Ralph Seichter
* raf: > i hope python27 wont't go away. Would you mind stepping a bit further away? Thanks. :-) -Ralph

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-13 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Mojca Miklavec wrote: > On Fri, 13 Sep 2019 at 03:51, Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: >> >> Richard L. Hamilton wrote: >>> Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to drop >>> some of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable (for >>> everything dependent on

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-13 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
python26 @2.6.9_7 (lang) EOL python27 @2.7.16_2 (lang) EOL 2020-01-01 https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0373/ python32 @3.2.6_8 (lang) EOL python33 @3.3.7_3 (lang) EOL 2017-09-19 python34 @3.4.10_2 (lang) EOL 2019-03-18 https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0429/

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Mojca Miklavec
On Fri, 13 Sep 2019 at 03:51, Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: > > Richard L. Hamilton wrote: > > Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to drop > > some of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable (for > > everything dependent on it) version is possible on

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
raf wrote: > > i hope python27 wont't go away. > > cheers, > raf https://pythonclock.org/ -- Bjarne D Mathiesen Korsør ; Danmark ; Europa -- denne besked er skrevet i et (næsten) M$-frit miljø MacOS X 10.13.6 High Sierra :

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: > Richard L. Hamilton wrote: >> Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to drop >> some of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable (for >> everything dependent on it) version is possible on every supported OS. And >> it would

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread raf
Bjarne D Mathiesen wrote: > Richard L. Hamilton wrote: > > Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to > > drop some of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable > > (for everything dependent on it) version is possible on every > > supported OS. And it would

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Richard L. Hamilton wrote: > Depending on the results, with some effort, it might be possible to drop some > of the intermediate versions. But only if a later suitable (for everything > dependent on it) version is possible on every supported OS. And it would mean > bumping portfiles, and

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Richard L. Hamilton wrote: > One might wonder at the number of python version ports. I suspect a couple > of things that I don't know without a lot of digging would provide some > perspective: > * the OS version of python on the earliest OS MacPorts supports, and on each > subsequent OS

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Richard L. Hamilton
One might wonder at the number of python version ports. I suspect a couple of things that I don't know without a lot of digging would provide some perspective: * the OS version of python on the earliest OS MacPorts supports, and on each subsequent OS version * the python versions specifically

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Christopher Jones wrote: > > Depends what you are thinking of by ‘officially support’. > > We have ports for > > python26 @2.6.9_7 (lang) > python27 @2.7.16_2 (lang) > > python32 @3.2.6_8 (lang) > python33 @3.3.7_3 (lang) > python34 @3.4.10_2 (lang) > python35 @3.5.7_1 (lang) > python36

Re: [portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Christopher Jones
Depends what you are thinking of by ‘officially support’. We have ports for python26 @2.6.9_7 (lang) An interpreted, object-oriented programming language python27 @2.7.16_2 (lang) An interpreted, object-oriented programming language python27-bootstrap @2.7.16_2 (lang) An

[portgroups] Python

2019-09-12 Thread Bjarne D Mathiesen
Which versions of Python do macports still officially support ?!? -- Bjarne D Mathiesen Korsør ; Danmark ; Europa -- denne besked er skrevet i et (næsten) M$-frit miljø MacOS X 10.13.6 High Sierra : 17" 2011 MacBook Pro ;