Hi Peter,

Sure, thanks. We're still running 1.2.2 in production at the moment anyway, so we're missing those changes in any case.

If you could resync the python3 dev branch at some point in the next few weeks or so that'd be great - I'll be assigning one of my programmers to gradually working away at Python 3.x issues in our code, and once he's done with that we'll be looking to send it to production. Is 1.2.4 intended to be a Python 2.x and Python 3.x dual release?


On 12 February 2014 12:28, Peter Bigot <bigotp@acm.org> wrote:
Yes.  I don't keep it up to date with the latest changes to the next branch (e.g. it doesn't have the xs:decimal changes), but if you have problems with it I can take a look and resync it.


On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 5:36 PM, Nathan Robertson <nathanr@nathanr.net> wrote:

More an FYI for Peter than anything else.

A couple of weeks ago we removed our last remaining Python 3.x incompatible package (Twisted) after rewriting the code that depended on it. So, we're now Python 3.x ready, and so we will begin testing the pyxb-1.2.3-DEV branch referenced in Peter's mailing list post of 16th September 2013 which works with Python 3.x (I'm assuming that branch is still the latest Python 3.x compatible one?).

Anyway, I'll let you know how we go over the coming weeks.


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