Tres Seaver wrote:
Frankly, I'm uninterested in spending *any* effort on Py3K support:
we'd be more likely to get traction out of Jython / IronPython (which
are alreday stable, and run on platforms we don't yet support).
More far-fetched but still in some ways more in reach than Python 3
would be to look into PyPy. In a few years time it may be worthwhile due
to platform support, interesting interpreter extensions and performance
benefits. It's more of a long bet though, that one.
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