Glad to hear the news.  I tried using Python 2.2 and 2.3 with Zope
2.6.2b3 with little success in the early Fall without success--but
the many problems were RH9 related.  We've since gone back to RH7.3 (the
last stable RH release in my book) and used Python 2.1.3 for Zope 
(and Python 2.3.3 for everything else except RedHat tools).

On Thu, 8 Jan 2004, Tres Seaver wrote:

> Dennis Allison wrote:
> > Does this mean that Zope 2.6.3 is compatible with Python 2.3.3?  I would
> > be nice to retire 2.1.3.  
> A significant part of the effort for 2.6.3 (which was a backport from 
> the original 2.7 work) lay in ensuring that the issues were fixed under 
> all three Pythons (2.1.3, 2.2.3, 2.3.3).  While we won't change the 
> "officially supported" Python at this point in the 2.6 release cycle, 
> you should know that our own projects have been running 2.6.x on 2.2.3 
> since at least June.  After this effort, I have no reservations about 
> recommending that those same customers begin evaluating the use of 2.3.3 
> for their 2.6-based Zope sites.
> In addition, we have a major support customer who *must* upgrade to 
> Python 2.3.3, in order to allow Data.fs on Windows to grow beyond 2 Gb; 
> they are not, however, ready to upgrade Zope (yet) to 2.7.  We therefor 
> have incentive to fix at least *major* issues related to running 2.6.3 
> under Python 2.3.3 (cosmetics are a different story, of course).
> Tres.
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