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Python 3 compatibility #3

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dahlia opened this Issue May 18, 2015 · 7 comments

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dahlia commented May 18, 2015

It would be great if it also works on Python 3. FYI pygraphviz 1.3rc2 currently supports Python 3.

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Cool for the pygraphiz python support !
I will work on it.

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Alexis-benoist commented May 18, 2015

Cool for the pygraphiz python support !
I will work on it.

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pygraphiz seems still wet, I think the module is ready for python3.
I still need to use and I will wait for pygraphiz to make a release to make it officially python 3 compatible.

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Alexis-benoist commented May 18, 2015

pygraphiz seems still wet, I think the module is ready for python3.
I still need to use and I will wait for pygraphiz to make a release to make it officially python 3 compatible.

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The test is big long.
The tests are passing on python 3: https://travis-ci.org/Alexis-benoist/eralchemy!
I just need to change the requirements when PyGraphviz will have updated.

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Alexis-benoist commented May 20, 2015

The test is big long.
The tests are passing on python 3: https://travis-ci.org/Alexis-benoist/eralchemy!
I just need to change the requirements when PyGraphviz will have updated.

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item4 commented May 26, 2015

+1

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Tests are passing for python 3. I'm just waiting for PyGraphviz to update on PyPi.
If you need it for python 3, you can checkout the code from the repo.

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Alexis-benoist commented May 27, 2015

Tests are passing for python 3. I'm just waiting for PyGraphviz to update on PyPi.
If you need it for python 3, you can checkout the code from the repo.

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dahlia May 29, 2015

It seems to work well. Thanks!

dahlia commented May 29, 2015

It seems to work well. Thanks!

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Yes but can't put the flag python 3, because pygraphviz is not released yet
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Le 29 mai 2015 11:24, "Hong Minhee" notifications@github.com a écrit :

It seems to work well. Thanks!


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Alexis-benoist commented May 29, 2015

Yes but can't put the flag python 3, because pygraphviz is not released yet
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