Thanks. As I understand it, all the packages listed on that page would
have to be Python3 compatible for Zope Toolkit to be Python3
I'll try to find the time to test each package listed there for
Python3 compatibility. At least that will have the secondary effect of
getting my more familiar with ZTK internals.
On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 11:39 AM, FLORAC, Thierry <thierry.flo...@onf.fr> wrote:
> Here is a link to the last (?) version of packages which are parts of Zope
> Toolkit : http://download.zope.org/zopetoolkit/index/2.0a1/ztk-versions.cfg
> Maybe I'm wrong but I think they are compatible with Python 3.
> But I don't know if this KGS is up to date, some packages always seem to be
> in alpha stage, and I don't think that zope.app packages (if needed) have
> already been ported...
> De : Zope <zope-boun...@zope.org> de la part de Dotan Cohen
> Envoyé : mardi 12 novembre 2013 10:31
> À : email@example.com
> Objet : [Zope] Python 3 support in any Zope Toolkit version or fork
> Hi all, I have a Python3 web application that I am considering porting
> to Zope Toolkit. Currently I am handling all the web connections in
> low-level Python. However, Python3 is a hard requirement. Are there
> any Zope Toolkit versions or forks which are Python3 compatible? What
> are the major stumbling blocks to porting, other than syntax?
> I've googled the subject a bit but I've found no details on the
> subject presented by anybody associated with the project.
> Thank you!
> Dotan Cohen
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