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Re: "Python2.6 as default"

On Apr 09, 2011, at 01:38 PM, Scott Kitterman wrote:

>We've treated python and python3 as separate runtime environments.  We also
>have a default python3 (just in the middle of transitioning to 3.2).  The
>only meaningful change that would make python3 the 'default python' is if we
>pointed /usr/bin/python at it.  It is definitely premature to do that.  If we
>ever contemplate such a change is will be several releases from now.

Just as a point of reference, there is a new PEP concerning recommendations
from upstream Python:



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