While we are at it...
The biggest offender is the zodbcode package, which does not appear to
pass its tests at all under Python 2.6. Not having investigated this
further I can imagine three courses of action:
1) Fix zodbcode (me shrugs)
2) Exclude zodbcode tests from the test suite
3) Remove zodbcode from Zope 2 (who's using it anyway?)
On 21.01.2009, at 14:55, Andreas Jung wrote:
> - focus on Python 2.6 support for the final release (although there
> still some tests failing - more than with Python 2.5). Possibly
> focus on Python 2.5 support for the alpha phase. Not sure if
> we want to support Python 2.5 and 2.6 officially at the same time.
> With the current classification of Python versions within the
> configure script I would suggest:
> TARGET=Python 2.6.X
> ACCEPTABLE=Python 2.5
> Python 2.4.X would be basically not acceptable but could be used
> at your own risk using the --with-python option.
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