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Re: Rpm5 will switch to python3 ?

From: Per Øyvind Karlsen <pkarlsen@rpm5.org>
Date: Mon 28 Nov 2016 - 07:13:58 CET
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2016-11-28 4:14 GMT+01:00 Per Øyvind Karlsen <proyvind@gmail.com>:

> https://github.com/proyvind/rpm5-py3k
> here's the py3k port itself finished, but it depends on too much stuff
> recently introduced for me to use and properly test with rpm 5.4.15,
> updating it in omv-cooker to latest is just a bit too tedious for what I
> feel like right now..
>
> 2016-11-15 21:25 GMT+01:00 Jeffrey Johnson <n3npq@me.com>:
>
>>
>> > On Nov 15, 2016, at 7:23 AM, Alexander Kanavin <
>> alexander.kanavin@linux.intel.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >>
>> >> Which of those packages is of interest to you?
>> >>
>> >> Offhand, I don’t see any important applications there that MUST have
>> >> rpm-python3.
>> >
>> > The usage case is that Yocto Project is replacing smartpm with dnf.
>> >
>> > Dnf can (still) be configured to use Python 2, but we strongly prefer
>> to use Python 3 from the beginning.
>> >
>>
>> The first step is still to get DNF “working” with RPM5 using python2:
>> there are multiple ports involved.
>>
>> If you expose you git repositories, I can try to help.
>>
>> I have already forked all the relevant repositories and done some of the
>> necessary porting
>> back in August:
>>
>>         https://github.com/orgs/rpm5/dashboard
>>
>> Meanwhile, rpm-python3 is just a small piece of a much larger puzzle.
>>
>> Until DNF is ported to use rpm5 (with test cases and coverage),
>> rpm—python3 is
>> a NICETOHAVE answer in search of a question.
>>
>> Functioning DNF with RPM5 is MUST’VE.
>>
>> 73 de Jeff
>>
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