2012/11/6 John Ralls <email@example.com>
I have been looking into python 3 support, and a lot has to change again.
So I'm now leaning into trying python3 support, so that the big break is for 4.0, and not again for 4.1.
If we do that, middle of november is probably to soon...
The diff I have for python 3 support is 32841 lines at the moment :-)
Mostly minor things like u' ' and import stuff.
I'm going through it, I should know by the weeks end if it is doable.
I hear archlinux is on python 3 already as default python, so being able to support python 2.7 and python 3.2 would be nice, so that we can deprecate 2.x in 2014 or 2015 without a big shock.
OK. I think that's a good idea, but if the release doesn't happen this weekend I won't be able to make Mac bundles until I get back from Japan at the end of the month.
Ok, I'll keep it in mind.
Last I tried a linux install some things went wrong (like, I have an fr directory in / now :-). So some work will be needed there too.
I said mid november because I have some free days then. Will probably be difficult to finish everything though. It is an alpha release, mid november is not set in stone...