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Re: Python 3.3 Status?

On Tuesday, June 25, 2013 07:59:03 PM Nikolaus Rath wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm a bit confused about the current status of Python 3.3. If I'm not
> mistaken, python3.3 is available in unstable, but not included in the
> py3versions output, so none of the packaged python3-* extension modules
> include .so's for Python 3.3.
> Can someone tell me if that's deliberate or accidental, and if/when it's
> going to change?
> (I asked Matthias (the python3.3 maintainer AFAIU) about this a little
> while ago but got no answer, so I'm trying my luck here.)

It is supported, but not the default python3 yet:

$ py3versions -d
$ py3versions -s
python3.2 python3.3

We are close to ready to make the switch:


This work is being tracked on the debian-python mailing list.  You can join us 
there for further discussions and see the list archive for additional details.

Scott K

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