[openstack-dev] [oslo] eventlet 0.17.3 is now fully Python 3 compatible
vstinner at redhat.com
Fri Apr 17 08:22:05 UTC 2015
>> For the full list, see the wiki page:
> Thanks for updating the wiki page that is a very useful list.
> From the looks of things, it seems like nova getting Python3 support in Liberty is not going to happen.
Why? I plan to work on porting nova to Python 3. I proposed a nova session on Python 3 at the next OpenStack Summit at Vancouver. I plan to write a spec too.
I'm not aware of any real blocker for nova.
> What are your thoughts on how to tackle sqlalchemy-migrate? It looks like that is a blocker for several projects. And something I think we have wanted to move off of for some time now.
I just checked sqlachemy-migrate. The README and the documentation are completly outdated, but the project is very active: latest commit one month ago and latest release (0.9.6) one month ago. There are py33 and py34 environments and tests pass on Python 3.3 and Python 3.4! I didn't check yet, but I guess that sqlachemy-migrate 0.9.6 already works on Python 3. Python 3 classifiers are just missing in setup.cfg.
I sent patches to update the doc, to add Python 3 classifiers and to upgrade requirements. The project moved to stackforge, reviews are at review.openstack.org:
The wiki page said that scripttest and ibm-db-sa were not Python 3 compatible. It's no more true: scripttest is compatible Python 3, and there is ibm-db-sa-py3 which is Python 3 compatible.
I updated the wiki page for sqlachemy-migrate.
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