On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 08:48:10AM -0500, Stephan Richter wrote:
> This brings up a bigger question:
> Even though, most ported packages are fully Python 3 compatible, they might 
> depend on packages that are not ready to get a final release. Those two are:
> * zope.security 4.0.0 (pending PyPy support from Tres)
> * ZODB 4.0.0 (I am currently using an sdist of the py3 branch.)
> Any package that depends directly or indirectly on those two packages has an 
> alpha release right now. Strictly speaking this is not necessary for any 
> package not depending on ZODB (ZODB is special because the dep changes from 
> ZODB3 to ZODB).
> If it is okay with everyone, we could change the releases to their final 
> version numbers with the understanding that Python 3 support will not be 
> available until all dependencies have their final release. Python 2 should 
> work 
> just fine once we get the trunk builds back to green.

I'm not a fan of non-alpha versions of packages depending on alpha
versions of other packages, so -0.5.

Marius Gedminas
http://pov.lt/ -- Zope 3/BlueBream consulting and development

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