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I'm porting Werkzeug to run in Python 3.2.
Update: It passes all the tests, and is able to run simple applications.
I haven't had the time yet to look at it in detail. Is this one source compatible with Python 2 or does it run on 3.x exclusively?
3.x exclusively. I think it can also be made to pass through 2to3, but two things making this complex:
Few more differences at https://github.com/puzzlet/werkzeug/blob/py3-dev/README.py3.markdown
Is there anything new happening on this? I would like to use flask+werkzeug in a python 3 environment - mostly doing scientific stuff (numpy et. al), the Flask part is the only one without Python 3 support now :(
I would also like to have some news.
@puzzlet's 2to3 patches:
What's the current status?
Is there an ETA for Werkzeug+Flask on python 3.X? I want to start using flask, but it seems like there is a lack of support from core developers in recent times, so I am not shure if it would be the right choice to invest time in Flask.
Also Armin said on Twitter there will be some kind of hackathon within the next weeks for that.
there is another port proposed at issue #279
time to get one of those bad boys in and finally port flask
Newer port is now in master.