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Re: Getting ready for Python 3.5

Dnia 2015-06-23, wto o godzinie 11:38 -0400, Barry Warsaw pisze:
> [Apologies for the cross-posting! -BAW]
> For Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf), we want to make Python 3.5 the 
> default
> Python 3 version.  It's currently undecided whether we will keep 
> Python 3.4 as
> a supported version, but a lot of that depends on how easily an 
> archive port
> to Python 3.5 goes.  Ideally, we'd be able to make the switch to 3.5 
> now ahead
> of the planned 16.04 LTS release.

Sorry for maybe stupid question - but do I need to do anything
if PyOpenCL is on the list with green checkmark?

At the same time - are there plans to upload python3-defaults
with enabled support for Python 3.5?
I assume that I should still wait for numpy for Python3.5
to be able to properly test PyOpenCL/PyCUDA, but at the same
time I'd like to test building them.

Best regards.

Tomasz Rybak  GPG/PGP key ID: 2AD5 9860
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