Python 3 support #7

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rafales commented Dec 4, 2012

Support for python 3. Tested with python 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3 (3.3 on my local machine, because travis does not support it yet), django 1.3, 1.4, 1.5.

Many apps depend on django-appconf (it even made it to Python 3 wall of shame -, so it should support python 3 as fast as possible - to allow other apps migrating to python 3.


Despite all tests passing, I could not get django-appconf py3 branch working with my library django-geoip. Seems like no prefixed setting are available in django.conf.settings.

Have you tried using django-appconf with other libraries and python 3, outside of its own testsuite?

rafales commented Dec 23, 2012

Your script does not install py3-support branch despite dependency_links argument. I'm not sure why it happens, but it does. After installing my branch with 'pip install' everything works fine.


Thnx for the tip, my does not install the requirements from dependency_links if there are more than one item. I haven't found why is that and how to work around it yet, however I feel like it's setuptools issue.

@jezdez jezdez merged commit 7b29505 into django-compressor:develop Jan 28, 2013

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