Python3 compatilibility #10

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nhoening opened this Issue Oct 24, 2013 · 2 comments

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We have three dependencies: screenutils, psutil, paramiko

  • screenutils can be installed with Python3.3., although the installation shows an error. I tested it a bit and it seems to work fine.
  • psutil supports Python3, but installing via pip gives me a "Python.h: No such file or directory" error, which means I need the python-dev package (this was not the case for me under Python2.7, so maybe I have the dev package on all systems I use and fjd would not work for someone on a system without that ...). I think psutil needs to be replaced - we only use it for one thing, getting the number of CPUs. Probably the easiest way out is to get that number in another way.
  • paramiko is very close to support Python3. We'll have to wait a couple weeks.
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nhoening commented Dec 11, 2013

We have three dependencies: screenutils, psutil, paramiko

  • screenutils can be installed with Python3.3., although the installation shows an error. I tested it a bit and it seems to work fine.
  • psutil supports Python3, but installing via pip gives me a "Python.h: No such file or directory" error, which means I need the python-dev package (this was not the case for me under Python2.7, so maybe I have the dev package on all systems I use and fjd would not work for someone on a system without that ...). I think psutil needs to be replaced - we only use it for one thing, getting the number of CPUs. Probably the easiest way out is to get that number in another way.
  • paramiko is very close to support Python3. We'll have to wait a couple weeks.
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nhoening Mar 19, 2014

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They did it. Paramiko needs to be >= 1.13.0

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nhoening commented Mar 19, 2014

They did it. Paramiko needs to be >= 1.13.0

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