Hi Berthold. Could you help me understand the difference between asciidoc-py3 and AsciiDoc3? They appear to be competing heir-successors to the Python 2 version of AsciiDoc, but perhaps you can shed some light on this topic?
(Sorry for the delayed response.)
Both AsciiDoc3 and asciidoc-py3 are Python3 implementations of AsciiDoc (Python 2). They cover all required features, all test cases pass. The offical community of AsciiDoc makes a point of the following statement: "AsciiDoc3 is a personal project. The only official port of AsciiDoc Py to Python 3 is asciidoc-py3."
Of course AsciiDoc (Python 2), AsciiDoc3, and asciidoc-py3 are free software under the terms of the GPLv2+. Every user may choose what he/she/div likes to run. As far as I see thee is no competition.
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