Aside from a "security audit" what problems have been reported using
Python 2.4.X? Those of use who run Python 2.4.X do it becasue we want
access to the language features and performance. If there are stability
issues attributed to that choice, we'd like to know what they are.
If the reason for trying to stick with 2.3.5 is to maintain a stable test
and development environment for Zope 2.8, so be it. It is much much
easier to fix one of the multitude of possible variables in a complex
system. I, for one, have occasionally created a special instance of Zope
running a different Python to ensure a problem I had discovered was not
python version related.
On Fri, 14 Oct 2005, Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On 14. Oktober 2005 10:09:39 -0600 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Hello. On starting and stopping Zope 2.8.2 (upgraded from 2.8.1,
> > compiled with Python 2.4.2, running on Fedora Core 3) I get the
> > following error. Performance does not seem to be affected.
> > Resolution?
> Quote from my announcement yesterday:
> Please also keep in mind that Zope 2.8.2 requires Python 2.3.5. Zope 2.8.2
> is not certified for any Python 2.4.x versions. So using Python 2.4 is
> neither recommended nor supported and any related questions or problems are
> likely to be ignored until 2.4 is an officially supported Python version
> for Zope.
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