It's time. The content model changes of #112 and most other known issues will be resolved first.
Python 3 is supported by using the maintainer/2to3 script to convert the code to Python 3. As of now, the python3/next branch will have a fork off a "recent" commit in the next branch and will hold the results of this script; the same practice will occur with release 1.2.3 and subsequent releases.
The intent is to have bindings work on Python 3.2 and higher. Earlier versions will mostly work but are not supported, primarily because Python 3.1.5 does not implement the context manager for unittest assertRaises properly resulting in gratuitous failures in the test suite.
resolution set to fixed
Author: Peter A. Bigot email@example.com
Date: Thu Feb 27 15:52:12 2014 -0600
trac/150: support Python 3
Through the use of the six module, the current source works on all
Pythons from 2.6 onwards. (Some tests fail, mostly when the Python
release does not support context managers for
unittest.TestCase.assertRaises, but the framework works.)
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