Would a Python 2.8 help you port to Python 3?
On Tue, 03 Jun 2014 13:40:43 +0100, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> An interesting article from Lennart Regebro
> although I'm inclined to ignore it as it appears to be factual. We
> can't have that getting in the way of plain, good, old fashioned FUD now
> can we?
Thanks for that link.
People forget, or don't realise, that Python 2.7 *is* the 2.8 they are
looking for. Python 3 came out with 2.5. There have already been two
transitional releases, 2.6 and 2.7, which have partially introduced 3
features such as "from __future__ import division" etc.
Python 3.0 final was released on December 3rd, 2008, just two months
(almost to the day) after 2.6.