[Community] Python 3 ?
sean.gillies at gmail.com
Thu May 20 13:57:48 EEST 2010
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 11:57 AM, Stefano Costa <steko at iosa.it> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'd like to know if there have been advances on the front of Python 3
> support. I know there's an experimental branch of Shapely
> http://github.com/sgillies/shapely-3k but it hasn't been updated since
> With Python 2.7 scheduled as the last release in the 2.x development
> line, I think it's worth starting to do some real-world testing of the
> existing ports. This year GSOC has quite a lot of students working on
> porting libraries like NumPy.
Stefano, thank you for reminding me of that repo and my intention to
kill it off. Some of the changes in Shapely 1.2 will make a Python 3
port easier and worth a fresh start. I'm not interested in supporting
Shapely 1.0.x on Python 3.
At work, we're going to be deploying on Python 2.6 and sticking with
that for a couple years. No plans yet for anything with Python 3.
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