Re: [pygtk] Python 3.0 plans

Johan Dahlin a �it :

It is different from the old 2.x series in the sense that it will not be backwards compatible with the old python releases. A program written for Python 2.x will not run under Python 3.x unless it restricts itself to a tiny tiny subset which is really not practical (for instance, unicode can't be used).

It seems that the transition may not be too painful. Guido Van Rossum wrote on his blog about a Python 2.6 version which will keep backward compatibility but provide features to check Python 3 compatibility :



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