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python3 support? #12

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mestia opened this Issue Jan 8, 2018 · 4 comments

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mestia commented Jan 8, 2018

Would it be possible to make pyscanfcs work also with python3?
Please see this debian bug #886634 for more details.

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In principle, yes. I should write some tests first which will take a while. Not sure if I can make it until the next release of Debian.

Is there a "python3-wxgtk3.0" or similar package (for Python3) in Debian (I do not see it in Ubuntu 16.04)?

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In principle, yes. I should write some tests first which will take a while. Not sure if I can make it until the next release of Debian.

Is there a "python3-wxgtk3.0" or similar package (for Python3) in Debian (I do not see it in Ubuntu 16.04)?

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As far as I see wxwidgets for python3 are not yet in Debian.
Well, a new Debian release sounds quite undefined :) Hopefully wxpython3 will be available at some point before 2020.

mestia commented Jan 9, 2018

As far as I see wxwidgets for python3 are not yet in Debian.
Well, a new Debian release sounds quite undefined :) Hopefully wxpython3 will be available at some point before 2020.

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I am also thinking about moving to PyQt5 which should already be in Debian and is much simpler to handle. But again, time...

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paulmueller commented Jan 9, 2018

I am also thinking about moving to PyQt5 which should already be in Debian and is much simpler to handle. But again, time...

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It is probably more feasible to migrate to wxPython phoenix, which apparently is making its way into debian:

python3-wxgtk4.0 https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/wxpython4.0

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paulmueller commented May 27, 2018

It is probably more feasible to migrate to wxPython phoenix, which apparently is making its way into debian:

python3-wxgtk4.0 https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/wxpython4.0

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