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On Fri, Jul 18, 2014 at 10:34:00AM -0400, Bohuslav Kabrda wrote:
> I'd highly appreciate if you could do the build changes yourself, I
> probably won't be able to get to any coding next week or two and I think
> it's better to get this merged and tested sooner than later.
Out of curiosity, is there some Fedora Feature or a bug that tracks
converting packages to Python 3? Do we need to hit some particular
There is no hard deadline yet, doing this ASAP would however be appreciated, since there
are other libraries depending on sssd that can't start porting without having sssd
built with python3.
We try to keep the progress tracked at , but it's not complete and up-to-date.
We're working on a simple tool that would automate the checking for us, but it's
not ready yet.
> > Right, but on some distributions (ArchLinux comes to
> > /usr/bin/python points to python3 already.
> Yes, and I think it's Arch only. And they actually were the reason why
> Python upstream created this recommendation for other distros - Fedora,
> for one, is going to adhere to it, so we'll keep /usr/bin/python pointing
> to python2 even if we'll pronounce python3 "the default" Python
Thanks for the clarification.