Yes at some point we will go to python 3, just because it is the future.
However I have no priority on this because it does not bring much
improvement for zim in specific. More interestingly would be to move to
Gtk3 at the same time, that brings some nice improvements zim could benefit
However I want to ensure that we can support both linux and windows
versions when we go there. So need to have support for python 3 + gtk on
both platforms a bit mature.
If Ubuntu really removes python 2 that may be the trigger, then we would
need someone need to investigate status for compiling a python3 version of
zim on windows - and preferably status of compiling python3 + gtk3 on
On Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 11:31 PM, Syv Ritch <s...@foto-biz.com> wrote:
> Ubuntu has said:
> > We eventually intend to ship only Python 3 with the Ubuntu desktop
> > image, not Python 2. The Ubuntu 14.04 LTS image continues this
> > process, although we will not be able to convert everything to
> > Python 3 for the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS release.
> What will be the process for Zim?
> I'm going to put a new machine
> Will Zim work under python 3? or Is it something that you (the dev team)
> intend to do in near future? In the long term future? No interest at
> this time?...
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