[pygtk] Python 3.0 plans

Stéphane Brunet stbru at teksavvy.com
Thu Aug 30 01:00:20 WST 2007

Johan Dahlin a écrit :
> It is different from the old 2.x series in the sense that it will not 
> be backwards compatible with the old python releases. A program 
> written for Python 2.x will not run under Python 3.x unless it 
> restricts itself to a tiny tiny subset which is really not practical 
> (for instance, unicode can't be used).

It seems that the transition may not be too painful. Guido Van Rossum 
wrote on his blog about a Python 2.6 version which will keep backward 
compatibility but provide features to check Python 3 compatibility :




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